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No-Till Gardening – Low Labor Gardening Class

March 6, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

No-Till Gardening - Low Labor Gardening Class

Tri Gable Lea Farm is hosting a No-Till Gardening – Easy/Low Labor Methods for Starting a Garden From Scratch – Intensive Online Class

During this Zoom Webinar/Class, you will be able to type questions and chat with other participants while Mark presents. If needed, you can “raise your hand” and Mark can allow you to talk to the class and ask a clarifying question that can help to deepen everyone’s learning.

Following the class, Mark will email you more information to get you going and continue your learning.

These materials will include links to products that are both economical but of good quality. If there was a presentation or handout for the class, you’ll also receive those. You can also reply back with questions and Mark will try his best to be your remote learning mentor and point you in the right direction.

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We will discuss a variety of easy ways to start a garden bed from scratch. Some involve digging, but most do not. Examples include: Sheet Mulching/Lasagna Mulching, hugelkultur beds, forrest garden beds, raised beds, straw bale gardens,


March 6, 2021
9:00 am - 11:00 am
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