Time & Location
Nov 09, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PST
online with Zoom
About the event
In November, the weather has become cold and the garden has been put to bed. The birds, insects, and other critters need habitat to keep them around. During this class, we will discuss ways to encourage these allies to spend the winter in your garden. By having active food webs, like these, in the garden, we invite collaboration and enhance fertility cycles on site. As this is our final class for 2021, this class will provide relevant information to help you begin planning for the 2022 garden season. We will also highlight nourishing soup recipes from local herbs, veggies, and stocks. As always, this class will highlight what is happening in the garden in November, how to tend to your garden, and prepare for the coming month. Handouts will include a to do list for the month, information on wildlife, soup recipes, and other pertinent information.
Handouts will be provided by email before the class begins. Participants will receive a video recording of the class and a pdf of the slides by the Monday prior to the class. The class session is a live discussion and Q & A session about the content of the video and other pertient topics for the garden in November.
This class is the tenth class in a ten class workshop series designed to help you maximize your yields and endeavors in the garden by providing an overview of key activities to engage in at the right time each month from February through November.
Facilitator Marisha Auerbach has spent many years observing and interacting in her garden and in the greater bioregion. She has been growing most of her own produce year round for the past decade. Each month, she will provide you with a checklist for the month ahead. We will discuss different subjects that are pertinent to the garden each month with supported handouts.
These online classes are available as a ten class series ($185), a five class consecutive series ($100), or as individual events ($25 each).