Eat Local, Eat Your Landscaping

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There is no food more local than stepping out into your own yard and picking fresh fruit and vegetables year round, and that’s what is possible in our temperate climate. Experienced and enthusiastic landscape designer Deva Luna will share with you her edible landscape favorites, from trees to vines and shrubs and even edible weeds! California native plants and drought-tolerant plants will be included in the list with tips from a professional landscaper. Learn how to incorporate edibles into your existing landscape, eat your own organic food and have fun doing it! 

Taught by Deva Luna, who is a Horticulturist/educator who learned how to garden and forage from her grandmother and grew up to become a Master Gardener. She designs beautiful sustainable and edible landscapes for EarthCare Landscaping. Deva lives in the foothills,with 90 fruit and nut trees, 40 chickens, and some pet stick-bugs.

A project of Common Ground, sponsored by Ecology Action of the San Francisco Bay Area’s mid peninsula. For 40 years this 501(c)(3) non project has offered hands a number of activities to meet their goal of “Creating Abundance in Community.”  These include classes and events in organic gardening and sustainable lifestyles, as well as items like seeds and plant starts, organic composts, fertilizers, mulches, tools, natural disease and pests control products and much more.

For more information and to register, see the Common Ground Classes and Events website page. Note: Early registration is recommended as classes sell out.

Fee: $31