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Events: Gardening

Sun, 3/29 12:00pm

Included with paid Garden admission

Laurel Woodley: M.A. Biology (UCLA), Zoology and Entymology, Minor in Botany. Former Biology Chair of LA Harbor College, Former Department Head of Biology for LA Southwestern College and Foundation Trustee

Laurel Woodley will cover the unique succulent, Kalanchoe, and how they might be incorporated into one’s landscape. With approximately 150 species to choose from, Laurel will discuss which ones are best used in a Southern California garden. Laurel will also teach students about how to grow these specialty plants. There will be ample opportunity and encouragement for participation during the presentation.


 

Mon, 3/30 10:30am

March 30, April 1, 3

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Wed, 4/1 10:30am

March 30, April 1, 3

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Wed, 4/1 3:30pm

Wednesdays, March, 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1, 8

Included with paid Garden admission

The Water Replenishment District of Southern California has been providing this program for the public since 2010 dedicated to various tried and true conservation strategies.

The Water Replenishment District of Southern California will show students the importance of implementing a design program when installing or renovating their garden. The class focuses on design concepts and ideas for creating a water-efficient garden, including selection of plants and materials.


 

Fri, 4/3 10:30am

March 30, April 1, 3

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Mon, 4/6 10:30am

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

QUALIFICATIONS: Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Wed, 4/8 10:30am

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

QUALIFICATIONS: Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Wed, 4/8 3:30pm

Wednesdays, March, 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1, 8

Included with paid Garden admission

The Water Replenishment District of Southern California has been providing this program for the public since 2010 dedicated to various tried and true conservation strategies.

The Water Replenishment District of Southern California will show students the importance of implementing a design program when installing or renovating their garden. The class focuses on design concepts and ideas for creating a water-efficient garden, including selection of plants and materials.


 

Fri, 4/10 10:30am

Classroom B and Garden Grounds

Series: $30 members / $40 non-members          

Drop-in: $12 members / $15 non-members        

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

QUALIFICATIONS: Andy Vaughan: Owner and Director of CaliFarmer, UCCE Master Gardener, Edible Landscaper and School Garden Educator.

Farmer Andy will take your young ones (ages 5 – 12 years old) through the exciting world of farming and gardening. This hands-on program will encourage growth and exploration by taking Junior Farmers, parents and grandparents on a journey from farm-to-table including the germination process of seeds and how our worm friends help seeds grow into food.


 

Sun, 4/19 10:30am

Sundays, March 8, April 19, May 17

Series: $15 members / $20 non-members        

Drop-in: $8 members / $10 non-members

Materials Fee: $5 (payable to instructor, one-time fee)

Beth Crosse: Ocean-friendly Garden Chair of South Bay Chapter and Green Gardens Group (G3) Certified Trainer, Maintenance Director for Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden.

 Instructor Beth Crosse will teach students how to achieve an Ocean-friendly Garden through giving your garden CPR: Conservation, Permeability and Retention and bring it back to life! This program includes watershed basics, hands-on workshops, the 5-step process, 3 Instant Gratifications and countless resources.

*A portion of fees will benefit Surfrider Foundation – South Bay Chapter


 

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