Community Garden Network June News
Thanks so much to everyone who attended the virtual workshop a couple weeks ago, and a big thank you to Chris Smith for teaching the workshop, and to Cathy Cleary for all of her assistance with the workshop.
If you missed the workshop you can find the recording HERE
Also be sure to out Chris' book "The Whole Okra: A Stem to Seed Celebration"
Community Garden Network Events and Resources
Community Garden Clean Up at Pisgah View
WHEN: July 1st from 11am-3pm
WHERE: 1 Granada St, Asheville, NC
There will be a garden clean up at the Pisgah View Community Garden to get it ready for cover cropping to grow during the fall. There are lots of needles in the garden area, so it will be a super cautionary clean up with tasks such as weed eating, lawn mowing and removing trash. Please wear heavy duty gloves and protective gear. Facebook event page
The NC State Extension Community Garden Guide describes “a community garden, its benefits, how to find or start a garden and tips for growing, storing, preparing and enjoying fruits and vegetables. In addition it highlights state and national gardening resources.”
Organic Growers School resource list for gardeners and farmers regarding COVID-19. They are also currently hiring for a Program & Marketing Associate, you can find their job listings here
Have gardening questions? Send them to YummyYards!
Check out the Asheville Online Farmers' Market if you haven’t already
Ask a Sista Farmer
“Are you ready to grow your own food and medicine for self-reliance and community resilience? Every Friday, experienced Black womxn* farmers answer your call-in questions about gardening, livestock, agroforestry, plant medicine, and food preservation.
This show centers the voices of Black, Indigenous, People-of-Color, Queer, Trans*, Disabled, Immigrant, and Poor communities. Everyone is welcome to watch and listen, but please make space for centered folks to speak. Thank you. *Sista and womxn includes trans* and nonbinary folks”
For more info, and to see the full line up and schedule: https://www.facebook.com/events/539087153384648/
Bountiful Cities nursery has an abundant selection of organic edibles, pollinator plants, medicinal and culinary herb starts ready for the growing season! A list of our current inventory can be found here. All payments will be made online to maintain safe social distancing practices, we'll be happy to coordinate pick up and delivery options upon purchase. Feel free to reach out to Alex Bergdahl at email@example.com with any questions.
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