When most Americans clean up their gardens after fall starts to wind down they usually cut plants to the ground and remove leaves and other debris from the garden beds. This method may leave the garden looking spotless but it’s not doing any favors to soil health or local pollinators. In this class, we’ll talk about how to prepare your gardens for winter in a way that will improve soil health, protect your plants, and provide important hibernation areas for local pollinators and insects. This class is free. RSVP required. Email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Andrea Eger, TD Permaculture Education Coordinator, and Koby Jeschkeit-Hagen, Garden and Market Adviser, team up to provide an energetic hour of plant talk. With experience in greenhouse growing, urban and rural farm management, and transplant and seed sourcing, they bring real-world tips and tons of energy.