Get ready to plant your most productive spring garden ever! Join Christy Wilhelmi for a 2-hour journey toward creating your spring vegetable garden. This workshop will walk you through the process of:Choosing what to growOrdering/purchasing seeds (yes, there will be plenty of catalogs present)Planning your gardening space Planting your cropsTracking your progress, discoveries and challenges Bring your questions and imagination, and we'll turn them into a fantastic spring garden!*Note:…See More
I'll keep you posted on upcoming gardening classes, although the best way is to get on the Gardenerd.com mailing list. We send out regular notices for upcoming classes, and they're always posted on the website.
Learn all you need to know to get your garden growin'. This 4-class course covers soil, soil amendments, fertilizers, small space and container gardening, seed-starting, transplants and heirlooms, tools, tool care and pruning.We're offering this course as a weekend intensive, so you can get all the info you need in two days. Registration is open at Gardenerd.com.See More
Bring in the New Year by Helping Mother Earth and Walgrove Elementary!Sat., Jan. 30, 2010. Free electronic waste drop off. Open to the public.Walgrove makes money from the State of California based on the weight of materials collected.More electronic waste = Happy Earth + More $ for Walgrove!Easy curb-side dropoff.Accepted items: computers, monitors, scanners, printers, TV's, stereos, cameras, cell phones, FAX, DVD, VCR, laptops, loose wire and cable, copy machines, electric typewriters, video…See More
just went to your website.
it is great.
And great that you are here in our community!
do you ever do talks for kids at schools or help them with a gardening project?
used to garden but with three kids it is now on a low burner.
nice to meet you
Hi Birgitta - thanks for visiting my site.
I have been spending most of my time with adults these days (bringing the child back into adult life). But I know people who work with kids. Maybe in the future...
James Brennan suggested I contact you about my desire to start another community garden in the area. If you have any ideas of who to talk to, where to do it, or if you already have something going in this vein, please let me know.
Thanks for getting back to me. I have left a message for David King already, but would love to be in touch with anyone else you think may be helpful in me getting something like this off the ground. I plan on going to some community council meetings to see if there is any money available for starting another project, as well as finding out about the possibility of some empty lots off of Inglewood. Any information is well appreciated!
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