Building Community Introductory Garden Class: #5 Moisture Management
Lesson 5 Moisture Management
Join us on the HuckleBeary Homestead Permaculture Farm to understand how to maintain even moisture levels in raised garden or inground beds. With enough organic matter and good
watering habits, however, a garden bed can become a perfect controlled environment for building-up a garden’s moisture-retaining capacity.
This class broadens our knowledge on healthy soil structure to help your plants thrive without being water logged or too dry because of our different climate extremes.
Includes handout, presentation, discussion, understanding how to figure out the amount to water your garden areas
This is the 5th in a series of 9 Introductory Garden Classes throughout the Winter at 2 local Small Farms. We hope to build a community network around local sustainable Farms and food while helping you build skills to improve your healthy lifestyle and gardening skills.
This Class is a Ticketed Event with only 10 spots, 2 spots that are scholarships for BIPOC Community members & with a suggested donation. Be sure to get a ticket to reserve your spot.
This is a class presented by Sheilia Canada
She is a Certified Permaculture Design Instructor, a Certified Native Plant Teacher with the STEM Tend, Gather and Grow Curriculum, & a Master Gardener.
Living on her 3 Acre Small Family Farm in Mason County called HuckleBeary Homestead.
She specializes in regenerative & organic gardening techniques & enjoys helping people realize their gardening dreams. She can help inspire you to get it built & suggest the right folks to help you do it if you need assistance.
****Suggested Donation of $25 is encouraged & kindly accepted to benefit the Instructor, and cost of supplies. 2 Scholarships available for the BIPOC Community. Please contact us for Scholarship Application ****