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Winter Garden Workshops - Cool Weather Crops!

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Winter Garden Workshops - Cool Weather Crops!

Time: February 11, 2017 from 10am to 12pm
Location: Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven
Street: 333 Sherman Avenue
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.nhswintergarden201…
Phone: 203-562-0598
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Maria Martinez
Latest Activity: Feb 10, 2017

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Learn about starting your garden as soon as the snow is gone! Cool weather crops don’t mind the cold and give you a head start on the season. This class covers how to plant cold weather crops and manage the pests and diseases that plague them.

Join Rachel Ziesk, Advanced Master Gardener, for a series of classes that will cover everything you need to be a successful gardener come Spring 2017!

Other Workshop Dates:
Jan 28 - Soil & Season Extenders
Feb 25 - Warm Weather Crops
Mar 4 - Seed Starting and Garden Planning
Mar 11 - Essential Flowers and Herbs for Vegetable Gardening
Mar 25 - Preserving your Garden Harvest

Single Class tickets are $20 or "Help a Neighbor" tickets are $30.

For a limited time, enroll in all 6 workshops at a discounted rate of $100!!

This program is a cooperative effort between NHS of New Haven, Common Ground, UConn Extension, the CT Department of Agriculture, and the RIsk Management Agency/USDA.

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