Digging Deeper: Revitalizing the Urban Garden

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This 10th Fall Seminar lets you choose three classes to attend over the course of a day, and promises a harvest of wisdom on design, maintenance, and gardener well being. Class topics include grey water in residential gardens, a beautiful edible garden, container gardening, greenhouse Latin, body mechanics, tools: maintaining the edge, pest management, urban honeybees, native plants, and food preservation.

A program of the Alameda County Master Gardeners, this popular seminar is one of many that further their goal of extending research based knowledge and information on home gardening issues to the residents of Alameda County.

Please visit their Fall Seminar on Bay Area Gardening webpage for more details about each of the classes, speakers, the day’s schedule, and registration information.

Location: Garden Center at Lake Merritt
666 Bellevue Ave
Oakland, CA

Fee: There is a $45 fee for the three classes and an optional $10.50 box lunch. Reserve your place now as this popular program fills quickly.