Desert Gardening 101: Steps to Starting a Vegetable Garden
Tuesday, September 27, 20119:00 10:30 a.m.(coffee and light refreshments will be served)Wrigley Hall, Room 481
Trish Yasolsky Master Gardener
Trish Yasolsky was certified a Master Gardener in 2009 and finished the Valley Permaculture Alliance Permaculture Design Course just recently. She is keenly interested in food forests, native food plants, and vegetable gardening in Arizona.
This class will give you the basic steps to begin a vegetable garden in the Southwest desert. Also, Evan from Sunizona Family Farms will offer samples of their organic fruit and share how to receive a weekly organic, veganically grown FarmBox from their sustainable family farm.
This event is part of ASUs No Impact Week, a week-long series of events and experiments in low-carbon living. Register to receive daily emails on how to participate in the No Impact Experiment.
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The Sustainability Series is presented by ASUs Global Institute of Sustainability.
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