Join us at the Beardsley Zoo for "Healthy Soil, Healthy Gardens: Small Scale Practices for Soil Improvement and Carbon Sequestration" with Sharon Gensler to learn new no-till soil health tricks to maximize your home garden. Space limited. $20 NOFA or Zoo Members. $35 non-members. Questions? Call 203-308-2584. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maintaining living plant cover is one of the essential practices of building soil health. This workshop provides practical guidance on using cover crops in a small-scale, non-mechanized, no-till context to improve soil health for growing more nutritious food, more vibrant ornamentals and for sequestering atmospheric carbon into the soil. These practices remove carbon from the atmosphere and sequester it in soil while improving soil quality and providing more nutritious food.
To learn more about soil carbon restoration and how soil is climate friendly, visit: http://www.nofamass.org/carbon