- In person workshop: Thursday, April 27 from 6:30-8:30pm
- $20 p/person. Bursaries available if cost is a barrier. Email LTCSCoordinator@sd71.bc.ca and we will be happy to set you up with a free registration.
Workshop Description: Unseasonal weather can have a devastating effect on your garden. Early heat; late frost; spring storms; anything is possible. Responding to unpredictable conditions and rapid weather changes is crucial to success. Specific techniques for safeguarding your produce and strategies for coping with varying conditions and will be explored. Timing seeding and transplanting, choosing vigorous starts; setting out and protecting transplants, and weather protection options for all seasons will be discussed.
Facilitated by Elaine Codling. Elaine is a Permaculture Design Consultant and lifelong organic food gardener. She teaches classes in permaculture, gardening, and garden design. She believes that food spaces should be productive and delightful, and that the natural abundance of a well managed garden can be restorative to the land and to the people.