Date(s) - Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017
Audubon Community Nature Center will present the workshop Late Summer Harvests 1 – 3 p.m. Sunday, August 20 at the home of the presenters, Scott and Pam Stoleson in Sugar Grove, Pennsylvania.
Now is the time for the payoff for all that time and energy you invested in your garden, as almost everything becomes harvest-ready at the same time. But to keep the veggies coming in, you also need to continue your upkeep. Things you may get to sample today include Ma Guan (AKA fuzzy gourd, AKA wax gourd), Black from Tula tomato, kohlrabi, and multi-colored carrots.
This is the fourth in a series of five hands-on gardening classes offered by organic gardeners Scott and Pam Stoleson. This hands-on, taste-buds-on workshop will take place at the Stoleson’s home in Sugar Grove, Pennsylvania. Driving directions will be emailed to registrants on the Thursday before the workshop.
Keep in mind that you could get dirty.
Fee for the workshop is $16 and for Nature Center members, $12. Driving directions will be emailed to registrants on the Thursday before the workshop.
Enrollment is limited. Paid reservations are required by Wednesday, August 16. For information, email email@example.com. You can register online. Future workshops will be on Sunday afternoons. The theme on for the last workshop on October 1 is Fall Harvests and Putting Your Garden to Bed.