Event Detail

Workshop: Year-round Gardening


18, 2013


From 10:00 AM TO 1:00 PM
Event: Homegrown
Status: Closed

Sonoma County gardens can provide a bounty of fresh produce year-round, and fall/winter vegetables can give you the most production for the longest period with the least amount of effort! Timing is crucial, and August is the time to plant crops that will give long harvests through the fall and winter. Through demonstration and discussion, you’ll learn about crop selection and scheduling; planting techniques; soil preparation and care; use of cover crops and mulches; crop rotations and proper care for fruit trees and other perennials. While the focus of this workshop is on maximizing your harvest during the fall and winter seasons, we’ll also discuss how to get the most out of the summer harvest!

About the Instructor:

Wendy Krupnick's primary passion for 35 years has been organic farming and gardening, and sharing that passion with others. For 10 years she managed the variety trials and demonstration gardens for Shepherd’s Garden Seeds and was the lead garden advisor for customers nationwide.  She worked with many farming and gardening professionals around California as well as in fine restaurants, where she produced herbs, edible flowers, and vegetables directly for their use. For 7 years, Wendy coordinated the 4-acre market garden at Santa Rosa Jr. College’s Shone Farm, where she also served as Adjunct Faculty with Santa Rosa Jr. College's Sustainable Agriculture program. She teaches Master Gardener classes,provides information for iGROW Sonoma and assists home garden clients.

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