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Chris Webster from Providence Farms will be joining us to talk about companion planting and all of the wonderful things they're doing out at their 3.5 acre organic market farm in Edmond, OK. We're also touring his place on August 12th from 9-11. Check out this link for more info.Find out more »
Presentations will address topics on soil stewardship, pest and pollinator management, organic farming experiences, and crop production and marketing. Register with credit card at the link below: https://secure.touchnet.com/C20271_ustores/web/store_main.jsp?STOREID=61http://fapc.biz/workshops/produce-safety-alliance-grower-training-courseFind out more »
Indoor Seed Starting – Why and How to Start Vegetables Indoors – Dale Spoonemore (From Seed to Spoon)
Dale Spoonemore from From Seed to Spoon will be talking about why and how you can start vegetable seeds indoors. He'll also have examples with him showing ways you can build an indoor seed starting station without spending a lot of money. Click here for an an example of what he'll be showing. We meet…Find out more »
Forest Chapman is the owner of Bullfrog Creek Apiary. He has been a beekeeper for several years focusing on naturally keeping honeybees without using harsh commercial chemicals. He uses essential oils and the best natural products he can find in his handmade treatments. He's the Community Outreach Coordinator for the Oklahoma State Beekeepers Association and his…Find out more »
John Wilson will be speaking and educating us about fruit tree pruning and fall preparations for grafting in the spring. John has 10 years experience which began when he attended a grafting workshop sponsored by the California Rare Fruit Growers.
EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Kathryn Goodwin Gant will be telling us about her 20 years experience in sustainable farming and gardening. This now enables her to interact with, and educate kids, through Oklahoma City Harvest/OKC Beautiful. "We have the potential to positively impact thousands of children and their families each year by enabling school children to get their hands dirty and learn science, math, reading and more through experiences in the outdoor classroom. Bringing garden love to children, homeless youth and seniors is a joy for me, and I am honored to be able to do this work through the OKC Harvest program."Find out more »
Please join us for dinner (Dutch treat). There will be no garden related speakers or slideshows (this month); just all of us sharing a meal, chatting, laughing and getting to know one another a little better. Of course, if you have organic gardening related questions or something to share, bring it! You do not need…Find out more »