BRING IN THE POLLINATORS! Wednesday, March 23 5:00 - 6:00 PM
In addition to bees and butterflies, the insects, birds, and mammals that pollinate plants are vital to sustaining our food supply and ecosystems. Learn who these garden visitors are, how to create environments to attract and protect them, and see the wide variety of nectar and pollen-rich flowers you can plant in your garden to support them throughout the seasons. If you are looking to invite more pollinators to your garden, this the program for you! This program is ideal for any level of gardener. Register for this class.
GROW YOUR OWN SALAD Wednesday, April 20 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Join us by learning how to grow your own salad ingredients from scratch. This workshop will teach you how to reduce water needs for seasonal vegetable gardening and what to plant in the spring to maximize your harvest. We’ll also cover how to incorporate organic techniques, including how to use compost and cover crops. This program is intended for the whole family, suggested ages 6 and older. Register for this class.
DROUGHT-PROOF GARDENING Wednesday, May 18 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Here in California, droughts are part of our natural weather cycles. But when drought conditions persist for long periods of time, plant health is significantly impacted. Lack of water limits a plant’s ability to produce food, and stressed plants can release chemicals that attract pests. Learn to create a water-efficient garden that looks beautiful through the dry months. This webinar is a must for every gardener! Register for this class.
Suzanne Bontempo is an Environmental Educator and IPM Advocate. The owner of Plant Harmony and program manager for Our Water Our World, Suzanne is a past recipient of the IPM Innovators Award. She has worked in the horticulture industry for over 20 years with landscape contractors, leading garden maintenance teams, and in retail nursery management. Suzanne loves helping others achieve success in gardening.
Proudly sponsored by Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District and Vallejo Flood & Wastewater District