Posted on February 6, 2017 at 6:00 am
It’s time to start thinking about spring. Soon the ground with thaw and be ready for gardens to bloom. We have a lineup of great programs in our Urban Farming series, from turning your lawn into food to container vegetable gardening, from beekeeping to raising chickens within city limits.
Introduction to Beekeeping
Saturday, Feb 25, 10:30–11:30am
Garlic- & Herb-Infused Oils
Tuesday, Feb 28, 6:30–7:30pm CLASS CANCELED
Introduction to Raising Chickens
Saturday, Mar 4, 10:30–11:30am
Saturday, Mar 25, 2–3pm
Wednesday, Apr 19, 6:30–7:30pm
Lawns to Food
Sunday, Mar 19, 2–3pm
Container Vegetable Gardening
Saturday, Mar 25, 2pm–3pm
3 Sisters Native American Gardens
Wednesday, Apr 26, 6:30–7:30pm RESCHEDULED
Sunday, May 21, 2–3pm
Sunday, Apr 30, 2–3pm
You may be wondering how a seed library works. Here’s the idea: You borrow from a selection of vegetable and flower seeds available in our seed libraries, plant them in your garden, and watch them grow. When it’s time to harvest, let a plant or two go to seed and bring some back to the library for the next round of gardeners to enjoy.
Not sure how to collect seeds from a plant. You can take a look at Complete Guide to Preserving Your Own Seeds for Your Garden: Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply by Katharine Murphy, available as downloadable PDF chapters from our digital resource Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center.