Wednesday, April 18 at 7:30pm
At Whallonsburg Grange Hall
$5 / students free.
Come get your hands dirty and your garden growing! Get a jump-start on Spring with this hands-on program that helps you and your soil produce a more beautiful and bountiful garden this year. Amy Ivy will bring her tricks and tips for building up the most important part of your garden.
Amy Ivy, the North Country’s favorite master gardener, presents a special program on how to build good garden soil. Amy is the coordinator of Cornell Cooperative Extension and a frequent contributor to North Country Public Radio and the Plattsburgh Press Republican.
All are welcome to come to the “Don’t Treat Your Soil Like Dirt” program. Bring your questions and ideas. Amy will demonstrate composting, soil amending, and talk about the special conditions Champlain Valley gardeners face.
Listen to Amy Ivy talk about good soil practices on North Country Public Radio to get a taste of her ideas. [Whallonsburg Grange Hall.]
- Forest to Fields: Champlain Valley Agriculture History (adirondackalmanack.com)
- Tend the Soil (prairiepiece.wordpress.com)
- Expert urges soil care at upcoming presentation (pressrepublican.com)
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