Sustainably Flourishing: Urban, Organic Gardening 101

Student Center, Room 332

You might not know it yet, but you've got what it takes to transform your growing space - whether it's a balcony, a yard, or a couple of acres - into a fertile urban oasis! Bring your lunch and explore the in's and out's of improving your soil, managing water and sunlight, identifying microclimates and more!

RSVP at Sustainably Flourishing: Summer Brown Bags.

About the instructor:

Daniel Ballard is the edible design expert and one of the green thumbs behind Convivial Gardens. With several decades combined experience in landscaping, gardening, and education between them, the Convivial Gardens team knows its stuff when it comes to growing – and eating – plants that thrive in our area and transforming each yard into a gorgeous, edible oasis. They are passionate about edible ecological landscapes and believe that everyone has a green thumb.


JulieAnne Williamson
Assistant Vice President, Administration and Finance
Interim Director for Campus Sustainability

<p>Want to learn more about healthy and sustainable hobbies and lifestyles? The Office of Campus Sustainability and the Center for Community Health and Well-Being invite you to a summer brown bag on Urban, Organic Gardening.</p>

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