Wednesday, November 17th, 6:30 – 7:30pm (Virtual)
Thinking of your next garden project, even in the middle of winter? This series is for you! Sign up is required for each date individually.
11/17 (6:30 – 7:30pm) How to Build a Cold Frame: Casey Doyle will discuss what a cold frame is, what it’s used for, different materials to use in the making of one, history, items that help in the maintenance, how to retain the heat from day into night, and some extras.
These virtual events will be led by Casey E. Doyle, an environmental and sustainable food systems scientist who has over 20 years of experience in the garden. She earned her MS at Green Mountain College in Sustainable Food Systems. Casey specializes in historical gardens such as English and French potager (kitchen gardens), succession planting, heirloom seeds and teaching the importance of growing food.
Additional Upcoming Events:
1/18: Planning Your Spring and Summer Garden
3/16: How to Build a Rain Barrel