Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Organic Gardening Workshop This Saturday

Hey, Tulsa gardeners: Forget the pesticides and herbicides this year and let the ladybugs do the work! Grow organically. Learn the techniques and advantages of organic gardening at a workshop hosted by Tulsa Community Garden Association this weekend. 

WHEN: March 14, 9 a.m.-12 noon
WHERE: Tulsa Community College NE Campus, 3727 E. Apache
COST: $10 at the door

Topics will include "Why Grow Organic?" with Sue Gray, "Black Gold" (composting), "Butterfly Gardening" with Carol Eames and information about community gardens. 

Since pre-registration by March 10 was suggested, it might be a good idea to call 592-1466 or e-mail to let them know you're coming and if you're bringing anyone along.

Happy chemical-free gardening! 


Jill of All Trades said...

I was wondering if the NE campus still did the gardening stuff. When I started to college a few years ago (about 25 years) the first class I took was a horticulture class at the NE campus. Hmmm might be interesting to do again.

Brigid said...

I don't think I'll be free, but that sounds really interesting. I'd love to take part in a community garden. We need some of that over here on the west side.

Jen said...

As I was surfing the web today I stumbled upon your blog, and I just wanted to drop you a quick note to tell you how much I liked it. The next time I'm in Tulsa I will definitely check out a few things you've suggested.

I recently created a social networking site for people interested in organic food, and I would love for you to join (Its free, of course). Every member can post "events," so it might be a great way for you to get the word out on things like this workshop.

I hope you will consider it, and in the meantime I look forward to your next blog.



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