Sustainable Seed Starting Virtual Class

$10.00

Description

Join me LIVE FROM MY GARDEN to learn ways to gain more control over the food you grow from seed to fork!

This virtual class will run live on Saturday, April 11th from 10:00a-11:30p

**If you are having trouble registering, please email me at [email protected]**

 

Didn’t start your seeds yet? No problem! Seed starting isn’t just once a year thing and it doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming. It can also be a cost-saving and morale booster during these uncertain times.

Don’t distance yourself from gardening this spring because of COVID. And don’t feel limited by access to resources. Connect through this Virtual program and leave empowered to sow those rows! *

This is an opportunity for new and experienced gardeners to learn ways to ensure a steady supply of fresh produce throughout the seasons without the waste. We will talk about ways to increase germination and cut costs on growing mediums and materials, while diving into the concept of succession sowing to maximize space and yields. There will be a LIVE soil blocking demonstration followed by a question session.

Don’t forget to bring your favorite seed varieties for our “Virtual Seed Swap!” We’ll carve out a few minutes to share stories with fellow participants about why they are your “go to” choices! 

Everyone loves a takeaway…

  • An e-booklet of resources to guide your new more sustainable seed starting journey
  • A new perspective with a twist of excitement on reusing, repurposing and resourcing seed starting and gardening supplies
  • Information session where you can bring all the questions about seed starting or sustainable gardening that your little heart desires! **

About the Instructor:

Julia Steiner is an educator and life-long learner who takes her teaching beyond the walls of the classroom.  A self-taught gardener who relishes in sustainable lifestyle choices, Julia finds joy in sharing ways others can benefit from a similar economical mindset.  Her background in agriculture and environmental science planted the seed in making the connection between digging in the soil and the health benefits that growing your own food provides, while her elementary and special education hats feed various perspectives on how to reach a variety of students.  Julia loves trying new seed varieties and experimenting in the kitchen to ensure a constant supply of homegrown goodies.  Last year she had tomatoes until Thanksgiving!  Julia believes strongly that passionate gardeners should never feel limited by a level of expertise and the ability to grow food.

 

Don’t forget to put on your calendar that this class will run live on Saturday, April 11th from 10:00a-11:00p.  

This session will most likely be offered via Zoom. If you haven’t used it before, it’s a good to make sure your device is compatible with this video conferencing platform so you don’t miss a thing! You can learn more about how to participate in a Zoom meeting here

Specific call in information will be sent prior to the class.

Looking forward to digging in with you soon!

Julia

 

* Internet connection is required for this program. If you have a camera on your device, even better, but it’s not required if you prefer to “stay behind the scenes”.

** If we don’t have time to answer them all, Julia will connect with you after the class so you aren’t left hanging.