Thriving Ecosystem Garden Workshop

Some of the tiniest critters have the largest populations and play the most significant roles in keeping the garden in balance. This class gives you a basic knowledge of plant and insect relationships in the vegetable garden and how they affect the vitality of the entire garden ecosystem. We will discuss companion planting and pest management.

Course will be taught by Jaime Jensen, a passionate advocate for backyard vegetable gardening, delicious fresh meals, food preservation, and health education. She has taught food literacy to under-served urban youth and managed food production for a local farm-to-table garden and restaurant. She loves teaching and learning about all of the unique relationships that take place between plants, animals, insects, fungus, soil, minerals, water, air, and sunshine.

Cost:  $35.00 – includes garden admission
Please reserve space by phoning 707-964-4352 ext. 16, or stop by The Garden Store at MCBG.

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