Gardening in the Fog Series:Organic Solutions to Managing Pests & Pathogens
Want to have a cohesive and streamlined plan for your garden? Make the most of your time and space by planning when to order seeds, buy transplants, start transplants, and plant in your garden. Use your garden all year long by planning ahead to overwinter certain crops.
For more information or for questions about the event, please contact Kasey Wooten.
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Be sure to reserve your spot in the rest of the series:
Growing as Much as Possible in 32 Square Feet
Ready to bump your garden to the next level? Use techniques common in urban farming in order to maximize your space and supplement your food as much as possible. We will discuss biointensive and square foot gardening methods, companion planting, and succession planting.
Saturday, August 9, 10 am–12 pm or Wednesday, August 13, 6–8 pm
Harvesting your Bounty, Winter Gardening, and Cover Cropping
The winter garden is a true gem that is too often overlooked due to rain and decreasing temperatures. However, if planned right, a winter garden can extend the growing season to the full year. Learn about low-intensive methods of winter gardening, like cover cropping, and how to prepare your bed for the upcoming seasons. This class will also include a fun cooking demo using garden goods and a celebration for completion of the Presidio Community Garden lessons, so please bring a dish to share at the end of class!
Saturday, September 13, 10 am–12 pm or Thursday, September 18, 6–8 pm
Please note: Park Academy classes are meant as a special perk for volunteers, members, and employees. If you do not work for the Golden Gate National Parks, are not a member, or have not volunteered with us in the past year, a donation is encouraged. Volunteer or become a member today!