Ecological Home Gardening Workshop set for May 1st
Join MMRG and Branch Hill Farm for this workshop on ecologically-minded home gardening. Georgia Elgar and Katelyn Porter of Waking Web Farm (Milton Mills, NH) will be explaining the importance of techniques like permaculture, no-till gardening, composting, vermicompost, compost teas, and more. We’ll discuss how to reduce our reliance on industrial agriculture, reduce transportation costs, garden in the face of climate change, and how to keep your little piece of the planet carbon negative!
Elgar and Porter will start with the basics of gardening and then about how they incorporate these ideas and methods at Branch Hill Farm, as well as provide valuable resources for the attendees. Please bring your gardening questions to this informative workshop.
Pre-registration is required for this workshop and earlier registration is advised since class size is limited. To pre-register and to find out more regarding our COVID-19 prevention policies, please call BHF Education Coordinator Kari Lygren at (603) 978-7125 or email email@example.com
Branch Hill Farm/the Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust works to protect open space and working forests and to educate the public about sound forestry, conservation and agricultural practices; see www.branchillfarm.org.
MMRG, a non-profit land trust, works to conserve and connect important water resources, farm and forest lands, wildlife habitats, and recreational land in Brookfield, Farmington, Middleton, Milton, New Durham, Wakefield, and Wolfeboro. Both BHF and MMRG offer many educational opportunities to inform all ages about the benefits of our region’s natural resources. For more information and a calendar of upcoming events, visit www.mmrg.info