2022 MSU Tollgate Farm HomeGrown Gardening Series: Sustainable Methods for Veggie Gardeners

April 9, 2022 10:00AM - 11:00AM

Zoom


Contact: koehle43@msu.edu

This is a photo of kale growing in a vegetable garden.

2022 MSU Tollgate Farm HomeGrown Gardening Series

 Second Saturday Series, 10 - 11 a.m. ET


Join us for this interactive virtual and hybrid series on home vegetable gardening. Are you interested in starting a vegetable garden for the first time or are you an experienced veggie gardener looking to explore new ideas? All levels of experience are welcome at this series designed to encourage and support home vegetable gardeners!

April 9 - Sustainable Methods for Veggie Gardeners - MSU Extension Community Food Systems Educator Kristine Hahn

This session will show you that growing vegetables sustainably is easy and fun just in time for your spring crops! Simple and basic sustainable methods for growing vegetables including three season growing, cover crops, mulch, and pest and disease management will be discussed and demonstrated when possible.

$12 per session for one household, $90 for all eight sessions

Preregistration required. Recorded lectures available to paid registrants. A link will be sent prior to the session.
Series will be virtual with select hybrid sessions (virtual and in-person combined). Non-refundable.

MSU Tollgate Farm and Education Center
28115 Meadowbrook Rd., Novi, MI 48377

COVID-19 UPDATE: We are planning for a mix of in-person/hybrid programming in 2022. All participants, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask while indoors on MSU property or any property that is reserved or rented exclusively for an MSU activity. Please do not attend any programs, meetings, or events if you feel ill.

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Tags: agricultural sustainability, community food systems, cover crops, disease management, home gardening, pest management, season extension, tollgate, vegetable gardening, vegetables, virtual


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