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  • Upcoming Events | The Secrets of Soil | Ecology Center
    Edibles San Francisco Botanical Garden s Annual Spring Plant Sale There s a whole world going on right under our feet You probably know that good soil is the key to a healthy garden but what exactly is good soil How do you evaluate your soil or improve it especially on a budget Ellyn Shea garden instructor and owner of Garden Guidance will teach you the tools to demystify your soil Learn to evaluate what you have in your own backyard and the best ways to improve it In this class you ll learn the following some simple soil science such as texture structure pH and nutrients soil testing why it s valuable some easy low cost options and how to interpret the results how to use water more efficiently depending on your soil type lowering your water bill and doing your part in the drought Ellyn will also teach why you may never need to buy fertilizer again Learning the secrets to soil will lead to a healthier garden happier plants and a better planet Visit Event Website Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information Google Calendar Event Navigation Raised Bed and Container Gardening Edibles San Francisco Botanical Garden

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  • Upcoming Events | San Francisco Botanical Garden’s Annual Spring Plant Sale | Ecology Center
    CHANGE RESOURCES ECOHOUSE YOUTH YOUTH ENVIRONMENTAL ACADEMY FARM FRESH CHOICE Sustainable Living STORE HOTLINE HELP DESK ECOHOUSE CLASSES EVENTS FACT SHEETS LINKS ECODIRECTORY LIBRARY SEED LIBRARY FARMERS MARKET FINDER Community Event San Francisco Botanical Garden s Annual Spring Plant Sale Saturday May 07 2016 10 00 am 2 00 pm San Francisco Botanical Garden 9th Ave at Lincoln Way at MLK Jr Blvd San Francisco CA 94122 Event Navigation The Secrets of Soil Oakland Residents Free Bulky Item Drop Off San Francisco Botanical Garden s Annual Spring Plant Sale is back for its 49th year with over 20 000 plants representing 2 500 different varieties Visit Event Website Event Phone 415 661 1316 x416 Event Email blange sfbg org Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information Google Calendar Event Navigation The Secrets of Soil Oakland Residents Free Bulky Item Drop Off All Events Inspiring and building a sustainable healthy and just future for the East Bay California and beyond Donate Subscribe Thanks for signing up Stay in the loop with our events news and alerts The Ecology Center will never sell or share your contact information Email Address First Name Last Name Get Email Updates By submitting this form you

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  • Upcoming Events | Oakland Residents: Free Bulky Item Drop Off | Ecology Center
    Free Bulky Item Drop Off Saturday May 07 2016 10 00 am 2 00 pm Davis Street Transfer Station 2615 Davis Street San Leandro CA 94577 Event Navigation San Francisco Botanical Garden s Annual Spring Plant Sale Work Party at Acta Non Verba Farm and pre Mothers Day Gathering Oakland residents may drop off bulky materials for free FOUR times a year Drop off your things this coming month on May 7th Oakland residents only Bring an official ID or utility bill as proof of residency Maximum materials allowed Two 2 pieces of furniture Two 2 large appliances Four 4 passenger auto tires Four 4 Mattresses Unlimited electronics NO trash A 45 minimum disposal fee will be charged for any other item or bags of trash Next Free Bulky Drop Off Event will be Saturday August 6 2016 Visit Event Website Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information Google Calendar Event Navigation San Francisco Botanical Garden s Annual Spring Plant Sale Work Party at Acta Non Verba Farm and pre Mothers Day Gathering All Events Inspiring and building a sustainable healthy and just future for the East Bay California and beyond Donate Subscribe Thanks for signing up Stay in the

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  • Upcoming Events | Work Party at Acta Non Verba Farm and pre-Mothers Day Gathering | Ecology Center
    FACT SHEETS LINKS ECODIRECTORY LIBRARY SEED LIBRARY FARMERS MARKET FINDER Community Event Work Party at Acta Non Verba Farm and pre Mothers Day Gathering Saturday May 07 2016 12 00 pm 4 00 pm Ata Non Verba Farm 1001 83rd Avenue Oakland CA 94621 Event Navigation Oakland Residents Free Bulky Item Drop Off Farms to Grow Inc Farmers Market Readiness Training By Have a fun and fulfilling day at Acta Non Verba Farm s monthly community work day Volunteers will be asked to complete a project or projects related to working an urban farm such as construction weeding lifting heavy objects harvesting watering and more We ll have food throughout the party and a special circle up at 2 pm to honor our moms and Mama Earth Kids are welcome Visit Event Website Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information Google Calendar Event Navigation Oakland Residents Free Bulky Item Drop Off Farms to Grow Inc Farmers Market Readiness Training By All Events Inspiring and building a sustainable healthy and just future for the East Bay California and beyond Donate Subscribe Thanks for signing up Stay in the loop with our events news and alerts The Ecology Center will never sell

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  • Upcoming Events | Farms to Grow Inc: Farmers’ Market Readiness Training By | Ecology Center
    Grow Inc Farmers Market Readiness Training By Saturday May 07 2016 12 30 pm 3 00 pm African American Museum and Library 659 14th Street Oakland CA 94612 Event Navigation Work Party at Acta Non Verba Farm and pre Mothers Day Gathering Responding to Abrupt Climate Change Did you miss the dynamic training in Fresno and Stockton Register today for the Farmers Market Readiness Training in Oakland CA Participants will gain knowledge of how to obtain certificates and permits store and transport food items to the marketplace using Good Agriculture Practices GAP and Good Food Handling Practices GHP Bookkeeping Customer Engagement Cooperative Economics and more The goal is to bring our regions African American agricultural producers together with African American consumers lacking access to culturally relevant locally grown fresh food in order to expand their opportunities to market directly to consumers Visit Event Website Cost Free Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information Google Calendar Event Navigation Work Party at Acta Non Verba Farm and pre Mothers Day Gathering Responding to Abrupt Climate Change All Events Inspiring and building a sustainable healthy and just future for the East Bay California and beyond Donate Subscribe Thanks for signing up Stay in

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  • Upcoming Events | Responding to Abrupt Climate Change | Ecology Center
    COALITION CLIMATE ACTION EVENTS CLIMATE CHANGE RESOURCES ECOHOUSE YOUTH YOUTH ENVIRONMENTAL ACADEMY FARM FRESH CHOICE Sustainable Living STORE HOTLINE HELP DESK ECOHOUSE CLASSES EVENTS FACT SHEETS LINKS ECODIRECTORY LIBRARY SEED LIBRARY FARMERS MARKET FINDER Community Event Responding to Abrupt Climate Change Saturday May 07 2016 1 30 pm 3 30 pm Berkeley Public Library West Branch 1125 University Avenue Berkeley CA 94702 Event Navigation Farms to Grow Inc Farmers Market Readiness Training By Designing Your Garden Space Part One A presentation from award winning Professor Emeritus of Natural Resources and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona Followed by book signing and fundraiser Event Email jennyshor gmail com Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information Google Calendar Event Navigation Farms to Grow Inc Farmers Market Readiness Training By Designing Your Garden Space Part One All Events Inspiring and building a sustainable healthy and just future for the East Bay California and beyond Donate Subscribe Thanks for signing up Stay in the loop with our events news and alerts The Ecology Center will never sell or share your contact information Email Address First Name Last Name Get Email Updates By submitting this form you are granting Ecology Center 2530

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  • Upcoming Events | Designing Your Garden Space: Part One | Ecology Center
    FACT SHEETS LINKS ECODIRECTORY LIBRARY SEED LIBRARY FARMERS MARKET FINDER Community Event Designing Your Garden Space Part One Saturday May 07 2016 2 00 pm 4 00 pm Common Ground Grow Biointensive Garden 687 Arastradero Road Palo Alto CA 94306 Event Navigation Responding to Abrupt Climate Change Workshop Growing Tomatoes Morgan Vondrak acclaimed landscaper designer will teach you the basics in this course covering a range of topics including Basic landscape design layout of planting areas and outdoor living areas plant selection with a special focus on natives sustainable design concepts including rainwater harvesting and Q A You will need to bring graph paper pad pen cils a circle guide or compass and a ruler to the class Register online at http bit ly 1NwwneZ Visit Event Website Cost 35 for one class 50 for both Part 1 and Part 2 Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information Google Calendar Event Navigation Responding to Abrupt Climate Change Workshop Growing Tomatoes All Events Inspiring and building a sustainable healthy and just future for the East Bay California and beyond Donate Subscribe Thanks for signing up Stay in the loop with our events news and alerts The Ecology Center will never sell

    Original URL path: http://ecologycenter.org/events/designing-your-garden-space-part-one/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Upcoming Events | Workshop: Growing Tomatoes | Ecology Center
    3 00 pm 4 00 pm Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Learning Center 3932 Mount Diablo Blvd Lafayette CA 94549 Event Navigation Designing Your Garden Space Part One Family Farm Day A Taste of Camp Urban Adamah Are you interested in knowing more about how to plant tomatoes Do you have questions about what to add to the soil Are you curious about whether or not you can grow tomatoes in containers Helen Erickson UC Master Gardener of Contra Costa County will offer a presentation about how to grow tomatoes She will cover the best ways to plant them including how deeply to put them in the ground where to plant them in your garden what to add to the soil and what to look out for if you want to grow in containers Helen will also demonstrate planting techniques and answer your questions Visit Event Website Cost Suggested donation of 5 Please contact organizer for wheelchair accessibility information Google Calendar Event Navigation Designing Your Garden Space Part One Family Farm Day A Taste of Camp Urban Adamah All Events Inspiring and building a sustainable healthy and just future for the East Bay California and beyond Donate Subscribe Thanks for

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