Our Harvest Market is reopening for the season on Saturday, April 14! Come join us.
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Join us at Sonoma Garden Park to learn how to turn yard waste and kitchen scraps into wonderfully rich compost to use as a soil amendment or mulch in your garden. Discover the basics of composting and worm composting, and find a composting system that’s right for you.
- Why Compost?
- How to Get Started
- Worm Composting (Vermicomposting)
- Compost Tea
This workshop is presented by the UC Master Gardener Program of Sonoma County in partnership with the Sonoma County Waste Management Agency.
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Aprenda cómo convertir los desechos de jardín y restos de comida en oro para su jardín. Composta … para plantas y tierra naturalmente sanas.
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Aprenda cómo convertir los desechos del jardín y restos de comida en una composta maravillosamente rica para utilizarla como una enmienda en la tierra o como una capa de mantillo en su jardín. Descubra los conceptos básicos de compostaje y compostaje con
lombrices de tierra, y encuentre un sistema de compostaje que sea adecuado para usted.
- ¿Por qué compostar?
- Cómo Comenzar
- Materiales que Necesita
- Composición de las Lombrices de Tierra
- Té de Compostaje
Este taller es presentado por el Programa de Jardineros Maestros de UC del condado de Sonoma en colaboración con la Agencia Sonoma County Waste Management Agency.
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Sonoma Garden Park’s beloved Harvest Market is officially reopening for the season on Saturday, April 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. – just in time for Earth Week. The Harvest Market will remain open every Saturday through late summer.
Featuring fresh-grown produce including lettuce, bok choy, radishes, kale, cilantro, salad mix, eggs and olive oil, the Sonoma Garden Park is a favorite grocery source for Sonoma residents. Everything is organically and sustainably grown right on the Garden Park’s 6.1 acres except for the olive oil (which is grown and pressed nearby).
Local gardeners have an additional resource: UC Master Gardeners will be on hand during Harvest Market hours to answer all gardening and horticulture questions regarding pest management, the seasonal planting calendar, and anything else you can think of.
A variety of veggie starts – propagated at the Garden Park’s on-site nursery – also are for sale throughout the season.
Come join us in the Straw Bale Barn, buy some produce, and take a stroll around the beautiful Garden Park as our spring flowers begin to bloom. Then come back on subsequent Saturdays and keep stocking up!
This Earth Day give back to your Garden Park! Bring your whole family and lend a hand tending our market garden beds, harvesting, planting, weeding or working in the nursery, all while enjoying Sonoma Valley’s fresh springtime weather.
Let’s celebrate our amazing community resource and the abundance of food we receive from this working farm!
To sign up for this free event please go to: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3357903.
Sonoma Garden Park will be showcased as one of the inspiring gardens of Sonoma and Marin counties during this annual self-guided tour organized by Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership. The Eco-Friendly Garden Tour is a public outreach and education program that promotes sustainable landscaping practices by showcasing inspiring gardens throughout Sonoma County and North Marin. The Tour highlights Russian River-Friendly and Bay-Friendly landscaping best practices, and supports Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper (QWEL) certified professionals by featuring their personal or client’s gardens.
Come inspect Sonoma Garden Park’s Low Impact Design (LID) garden features and learn about sustainable landscaping and agricultural practices used throughout the park. Docents and volunteers will be on hand to answer questions about the plants and sustainable landscaping practices.
We will have veggie starts for sale throughout the day!
To register for this free event, please go to: http://www.savingwaterpartnership.org/eco-friendly-garden-tour/.
Come celebrate mothers everywhere and honor Mother Earth by making some hand-crafted herbal gifts for mom! You will learn how to make an infused oil and turn that into salve or balm that can be used to heal cuts and scrapes and other boo-boos. This is a fun and family-friendly workshop. Each participant will take home a container of hand-crafted salve!
This workshop has limited space and registration is required, so reserve your spot today by going to https://herbalgiftsformom.brownpapertickets.com.