Homescale Vegetable Gardening Basics

Date & Time
August 13, 2017
10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Homescale Vegetable Gardening Basics

Come out to learn the basics of growing food on a small scale with veteran farmer and teacher, Ellie Lobovits. We will cover how to start plants from seed, transplant vegetable starts, and care for and harvest all of your vegetables. We will discuss compost, soil, and planting in an urban space. Lastly, we will look at different planting styles (i.e. biointensive, row crops, and mound-style), do some planting together, and co-create a planting schedule for the Bay area.

Leave this class knowing how to get into the dirt and come out with abundance.

Tickets are $25 and these classes are limited to 25 people, so sign up today!

About the instructor – Ellie Lobovits

These spring gardening classes are taught by veteran farmer turned urban plant cultivator, Ellie Lobovits. Ellie delights in teaching folks of all ages about the plant world, both wild and cultivated.  For six years, Ellie managed organic farms in the northeast, including Adamah (Urban Adamah’s sister program) in Connecticut.