February 17th 10am + 2pm
Nothing beats the taste of fresh food, especially when we've grown it ourselves. But, city life tends to shrink our available garden space, and it might seem like producing a harvest of homegrown veggies is impossible when we only have a tiny yard, patio, or balcony to work with. Fortunately, there are ways that we urban-dwellers can conjure big yields from our small spaces too.
To find out how, we're partnering with local community gardening advocates at The Big Garden to offer Small-Space Gardening, a seminar in our Urban Homesteader series. The folks at The Big Garden are experts at coaxing impressive yields out of small settings, and in this seminar, Cait Coughey and Stephanie Finklea will introduce you to some interesting and creative ways you can make that happen at your home too. Even if you measure your available space in inches and yards rather than feet and acres, these two gardening experts will explain how techniques like vertical gardening, succession planting, and bio-intensive gardening can help you make the most of your space. They'll also share some organic gardening basics - such as healthy soil preparation - to help ensure a successful crop.
You don't have to have a big yard to enjoy the delicious taste, added nutrition, and sense of accomplishment that come with growing your own food. If you'd like to learn more, join us and our friends at The Big Garden. If you're interested in learning more, just give us a quick call at 402-496-0700 to let us know you'll be joining us.