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EDIBLE LANDSCAPES PART TWO
July 28, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Summer 2022 CLASSES
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Edible Landscaping Part Two is a modern version of the World War II Victory Gardens. Combining edible plants, fruits, herbs, and flowers, it creates a space that is both sustainable and beautiful, making your yard a productive source of nutrient-dense, super local, and delicious fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn about approaches to growing their own food at home within steps from the kitchen. Topics will include efficient and sustainable garden layouts, developing good soil, composting, soil modification, fertilization,
planting according to the season, and eco-friendly and sustainable gardening practices.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jose German-Gomez is well known as a local environmental activist and an educator in sustainable, eco-friendly communities and organic gardening. His lecture “Gardening for Life” has been presented in many New Jersey communities as well as in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. Jose is an Essex County Certified Master Gardener and a Certified Rutgers Environmental Steward.
Jose is the author of the “Gardening for Life” column in the Montclair Local newspaper, where he writes about environmental issues, growing your own food, and eco-friendly gardening. He also teaches about urban farming at the Pine Street Community Garden.
He is co-founder of the Montclair Backyard Habitat Project, which is affiliated with the National Wildlife Federation. He is the founder of the Northeast Earth Coalition and leads the Northeast Pollinator Pathways Project in New Jersey.
To register: www.adultschool.org
Contact us at: Info@adultsschool.org
THE CLIMATE CRISIS IS HERE: PRODUCING YOUR OWN VEGGIES CAN HELP (GARDENING FOR LIFE) | The Northeast Earth Coalition (neearth.org)
Favorite flowers, season by season | The Northeast Earth Coalition (neearth.org)
The Secret of a Green Thumb | The Northeast Earth Coalition (neearth.org)
Gardening For Life – Vegetable Gardening | The Northeast Earth Coalition (neearth.org)