Edible gardening classes at SF Public Libraries in Nov.
- Event: Plant a Seed with Mission Garden Project
Date: 11/06/09 (Fri.)
Time: 3-3:45 pm
Location: Mission Branch, 300 Bartlett St. (at 24th St.)
Nicole Brisebois of Garden for the Environment will offer a class on planting edible plants. Join us for this exciting project! For children aged 5 and older. Space limited.
Event: Gardening in Small, Urban Spaces
Date: 11/17/09 (Tues.)
Time: 6-7:30 pm
Location: Main Library Latino/Hispanic B, 100 Larkin St. (at Grove)
Fred Bove, permaculturist and former director of Adult Education at Strybing Arboretum, will be at the Library to talk about gardening in small, urban spaces.
This talk will take us beyond the herb garden on the kitchen counter to an awareness of the amount of produce that can be coaxed out of tiny spaces for little effort or money: potatoes on the Chronicle building, gardening outside of windows and porches in hanging bags in Cuba.
Co-sponsored by the Stegner Environmental Center and the San Francisco Department of the Environment. A Green Stacks program.
More info at www.sfpl.org