The following classes have been added to the schedule for Saturday Seminars at the Market sponsored by Tahlequah Community Garden/First Lutheran Church. AllMessage 1 of 1 , Jul 7, 2009View SourceThe following classes have been added to the schedule for "Saturday Seminars at the Market" sponsored by Tahlequah Community Garden/First Lutheran Church.All classes will start at 10:00 am.
Master Gardener Series
Presenter: Lisa Blancher
Jul 11th: Composting, Soil Testing & Drainage:
This is the class for you if you’re tired of gardening in Cherokee County rocks!
Aug 14th: Plant Propagation: Learn which plants
transplant well & which to start from seed.
Presenter: Vera Harrall
Jul 18th: Jams, Jellies & Fermentation
Additional Classes will be scheduled based on interest. Stop by TCG table with your questions!
Previously scheduled classes include:
TAHLEQUAH COMMUNITY GARDEN SERIES:
Facilitator: Julie Gahn; All classes in this series start at 10:00 am
Jun 27th: Intro to Tahlequah Community Gardens: Why we started; How we grow
Aug 1st: Intro to Small Plot INtensive (SPIN) Farming: Learn how growers are earning a middle class income on less than an acre.
Sep 5th: Intro to Permaculture. (Permanent Agriculture, which is an approach to designing human settlements and perennial agricultural systems that mimic the relationships found in the natural ecologies. (definition from Wikipedia))
Oct 3rd: Observing our Community Garden
Nov 7th: Designing our Community Garden
Nov 14th: Implementing our Community Garden Plan
We are also planning a CANNING series & a MASTER GARDENER series. We'll forward those schedules once we have them worked out with the instructors.
If you're interested in the CANNING series, please contact Julie Gahn at 207-9107. We'll do our best find a good location for this series to accommodate those who are interested.
If you have a skill related to home or market growing you'd like to share with the public during a "Saturday Seminar at the Market" please contact Julie Gahn at 207-9107, or stop by the Tahlequah Community Garden booth at the Farmer's Market (Saturdays 8-12) in the First Lutheran Church parking lot.