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Tom Settlemire Community Garden ~ Winter Workshops ~ 2014

Winter Gardening Workshops ~ 2014

Sponsored by the Brunswick Topsham Land Trust’s

Tom Settlemire Community Garden

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church corner of Pleasant & Union, Brunswick

Sundays 2-3:30PM ~ Free and open to the public

 

This year the Winter Gardening Workshops will be adding a new “hands-on” component.  The first four workshops, as usual, will all focus on various aspects of vegetable gardening.  At the fifth optional workshop participants will be invited to bring their own detailed garden plan based on the information presented at the first four sessions. A number of Master Gardeners will be present to review each plan and make individualized suggestions. The sixth and final workshop will be a fundraiser for the Tom Settlemire Community Garden and will feature a presentation by Master Preservers on all aspects of food preservation.

1.  Vegetable Gardening ‘301’ – January 12, 2014 – Barbara Murphy – Oxford County Extension Educator –

Planting vegetables, how to plant, what to plant, best varieties

 

2.  Vegetable Gardening ‘302’ – January 26, 2014 – Joel Leak –Master Gardener -

Succession planting, when to plant, extending the growing season, companion planting

 

3.  Vegetable Gardening ‘303’ – February 9, 2014 – Various  experienced local gardeners -

Planting in small spaces, various garden designs, block planting, how best maximize your garden space

 

4.   Vegetable Gardening ‘304’ – February 23, 2014 – Linton Studdiford & Nan Curtis, Master Gardeners -

Constructing a raised bed hoop house and starting seeds inside

 

5.  Vegetable Gardening ‘305’ – March 9, 2014 – Various Master Gardeners -

Review of individual garden plans for the 2014 growing season

 

6. Exciting Fundraiser for the TSCGMarch 23, 2014

Food preservation with Master Preservers Allison Duffy and  Kate McCarty

 

For more information: Linton Studdiford, 798-5899 or lintonstuddiford@gmail.com

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