FREE Savvy Gardener Class – Small Space Food Gardening

Learn how to grow an abundant and healthy garden in small spaces!

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6:30–8:00 pm

About The Class

In this class, we’ll discuss considerations for gardening with limited space, techniques for maximizing your harvest, and tips for maintaining healthy plants throughout the season. This class will include an interactive lecture with a slideshow, and time for questions and answers.

Email Registration Required

This Savvy Gardener class is being held online using the free Zoom platform. To register, you must provide your name and email address to so we can send you a link to join the class.

*How Zoom Works

If you haven’t used Zoom before, this video provides a nice overview of what to expect and how to get started (if you wish, you can skip her preamble and start watching the steps at the 1:12 minute mark).

About a week before class, you will receive an email with the Zoom class link. Be sure to check your inbox (and your spam filter too, just in case) for this email. If you still haven’t received it on the day before class, contact / 206.362.8100.

On the evening of the class, use your desktop computer, a laptop computer, a tablet, or a smart phone to click the link in the email we sent you to join the class. We recommend doing this about 5-10 minutes before class (the Zoom “room” will open at 6:15 pm) to allow for any last minute technical adjustments.

You will be able to see and hear the presenter and her slide show, and you can ask questions through the chat feature. Your privacy is assured: attendees are not be able to share audio or video.

About Our Presenter:

Marni Sorin is a garden educator with Tilth Alliance. She manages the adult education program, teaches gardening classes, and cares for a volunteer-supported learning garden. Her background is in small-scale organic vegetable farming and outdoor education. Working with plants and people outside.

About Tilth Alliance:

Tilth Alliance is a Seattle-based non-profit that works statewide with farmers, gardeners and eaters in order to build a more sustainable, healthy and equitable food future. Learn more about the many great ways to get involved and stay in touch:

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