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Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture
Tahoe Arts and Mountain Culture

Vegetable Gardening Seminar and Plant Sale at LTCC June 7

Posted on June 3, 2014
Filed Under Lake Tahoe Eco-Tips, South Tahoe Events

Can we grow food up here? We can. And it’s fun, too! But… Which plants to choose? And when to plant them? What to do about our terrible soils and crazy weather?

Learn more at the Vegetable Gardening Seminar and Plant Sale at the Lake Tahoe Community College Demonstration Garden on Saturday, June 7, 9 am -1 pm. You’ll learn low-cost, environmentally-friendly strategies for growing nutrient-rich vegetables–even up here in Tahoe. We will cover all the basics from planning to harvest. Whatever your knowledge level, you will learn new secrets for success. After the morning presentations, we will eat lunch listening to music in the garden, and get all your questions answered. Then, take the opportunity to buy other ready-to-plant vegetables at our Plant Sale. Funds help volunteers provide free and low-cost programming all year long.

Schedule

• 9:00 Overview and Welcome

• 9:15 Choosing What to Grow

• 9:30 Improving Your Soil

• 9:45 Planning Your Layout

• 10:15 Strategies for Extending the Growing Season

• 10:45 Summer Maintenance

• 11:15 Harvest

• 11:45 Lunch/Open Q and A. Music in the garden

• 12: 30 Closing

Prizes! Music!

Register online at http://cecentralsierra.ucanr.edu/Master_Gardeners/LTMG/Classes_Workshops/June_Day_Jamboree/

For more information call the TRCD office 530-543-1501 x 101, or Bonnie: (530) 544-1626

The Tahoe Resource Conservation District’s mission is to promote the conservation and improvement of the Lake Tahoe Basin’s soil, water, and related natural resources by providing leadership, information, programs, and technical assistance to all land managers, owners, organizations, and residents.

Wednesdays, 5:30-6:45 pm
Firewise Landscaping – June 29 Lesley Higgins, Nevada Tahoe
Conservation District
Learn how to enjoy our native plant populations near your
home while maintaining defensible space.
Don’t Plant a Pest – July 6 Nicole Cartwright, Tahoe RCD
Don’t let invasive weeds crowd you out.
Year Round Composting – July 13 Albert Stevenson, Master Gardener
Put your waste to work in the garden. Learn basic composting
methods and winter composting solutions.
Caring for Native Plants – July 20 Mimi Kimoto
Planting and establishing native plants. Don’t make the mistake
of smothering your native plants.
Landscaping for Erosion Control – July 27Courtney Walker, Tahoe RCD
Meet BMP regulations while creating an attractive landscape.
Veggie Gardening – Aug 3 Hungry Mother Organics
Get ready to grow your own food at 6,500 ft!
Fertilizer, Friend or Foe – August 10 Rachel Kozloski, NRCS Soil
Conservationist
Learn environmentally friendly methods to keep your landscape
and turf healthy and less resource hungry.
Lawn Be Gone – August 17 Kathy Maston, Master Gardener, Natural
Expressions Landscaping
Learn how to compost your lawn in place and explore alternatives
for a time and water efficient landscape.
Sprinkler System Efficiency – August 24 Sarah Jones, STPUD
Learn how to perform a simple system check-up and save
money on your water bill.
From Seed to Success – August 31 Ed Kliner, Comstock Seeds
Green in the spring means seeding in the fall. Learn the keys
to success from the pros.
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