Gardening and Herbs
Gardening - Organic Gardening, Container Gardening, Perennials, Bulbs, and Landscape Garden Design
Teachers Wanted! Please email email@example.com or
call (203) 431-2812 if you are intersted in teaching gardening classes!
Walk with Mycologist, Zaac Chaves
Spring Mushroom Walk with Mycologist, Zaac Chaves
Grab a notebook and join Zaac Chaves on a mycologically focused ecological
tour in Ridgefield. During this outing we will identify spring mushrooms. You
will help us catalog species (including possibly rare sightings) and even help
increasing evidence of climate change locally. No experience required. Zaac Chaves
works on species surveys for several sites and sometimes with organizations including
Harvard University, the New York Botanical Gardens, and the National Parks Service.
We have found several new species at many sites and are also helping recognize
others which are rare and disappearing. He also serves as the chief editor of
the Boston Mycological Club Bulletin, established in 1897.
1 Session $ 29 (Ridgefield
Sr./Disab. $ 25)
Sat., 6/10 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon at a park in Ridgefield. Directions
sent after registration.
How to grow organically a wide variety of vegetables suitable for our climate.
This course will cover everything you need to know about organic vegetable gardening
- from purchasing seeds or plants, growing on, fertilizing, controlling pests
to harvesting. Instructor Eileen Burton, a long term gardening
instructor, is a former Horticultural Manager for a large non-profit and also
had a garden
2023. Call (203) 431-2812 or email firstname.lastname@example.org