Friday, February 25, 2011

Get Ready at Garden Symposium

Get growing ideas at the Urban Farmers and Vegetable Gardeners Symposium scheduled for Saturday March 12 on the Auraria campus in Denver. The day includes presentations on specialty vegetable and fruit growing topics presented by the author of this blog, Carl Wilson, other CSU Extension personnel and Feed Denver instructors. You can choose six classes during the day from eighteen classes available as outlined below. For more information and to register, visit the Feed Denver website.

Connecting with Tasty Small Fruit - Joel Reich
Vegetable Seed Starting Secrets - Patti O'Neal
Sustaining Yourself in Changing Times - Kate Armstrong

Hear The Buzz - Bees and the Edible Garden - Beth Conrey
Lessons from the Vegetable Garden - Carl Wilson
Coming into Community through Urban Food - Kate Armstrong

Fruit Trees that Earn their Keep on the Front Range - Carol O'Meara
Tips and Tricks for Tomato Growing - Patti O'Neal
Urban Gleaning, Gathering and Foraging - Kate Armstrong

The Living is Easy Summertime Vegetables - Carol O'Meara
Troubleshooting Insects in the Vegetable Garden - Mary Small
Farming for Climate Change - Ariel Chesnutt

Vegetables are Cool in Spring and Fall - Carl Wilson
Healthy Soil makes the Vegetable Garden - Jean Reeder
Planting for Your Family's Food Needs - Sarah Marcogliese

Vegetable Garden Pests: More than Insects - Mary Small
Growing Vegetables in Small Spaces - Cathy Jo Clawson
Food not Lawns - Ariel Chesnutt

* Presented by: Colorado State University Extension, Feed Denver Urban Farms & Markets, Compost Auraria

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