May 31: Learn a variety of no-dig techniques to help improve your soil and reduce weeding!

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No-Dig Gardening Techniques

  • Thursday, May 31, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Reducing tillage in your garden helps preserve soil structure and also reduces the number of weed seeds that germinate each year. This helps improve your soil while also reducing the chore of weeding. At this hands-on class participants will learn a variety of no-dig techniques, including broad forking, lazy beds and using raised beds. The class will take place outdoors so wear your gardening clothes and shoes! 

Instructor Jennie Cramer is our Horticulture Program Manager and coordinates our Master Gardener Volunteer Program. She is a former conservation biologist with a passion for organic gardening, regenerative agriculture, natural history and botanical education.

Pre-registration is required. Go to the registration page to register and pay online, or call CCE-Tompkins at 272-2292. Pre-registration is required to hold your place in the class, and also in the event that a class is postponed or cancelled and we need to contact participants.

Register & Pay Online here.

Fee

$7-$10/person self-determined sliding scale; pay what you can afford

Contact

Jennie Cramer
Horticulture Program Manager
jrc10@cornell.edu
(607) 272-2292 ext 146

Location

CCE-Tompkins Education Center
615 Willow Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14850-3555