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The Edible Garden in June
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM Garden for the Environment

The Edible Garden in June

Date: June 10, 2017 to June 10, 2017
Where: Garden for the Environment, Seventh Avenue at Lawton Street, San Francisco, California, United States
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The Edible Garden in June Saturday, June 10, 201710am - 12pmGarden for the Environment7th Ave @ Lawton Street, San FranciscoInstructor: Carey Craddock$25 Learn to take full advantage of the unique gardening climate in San Francisco, where you can grow your own fruits and vegetables year-round. This class will focus on keeping your garden healthy during the sunniest and most productive part of the summer.  We'll take a tour of what's growing in the GFE garden in June and teach you what to harvest, seed, transplant, and grow this month in your garden.  -- INSTRUCTOR Carey Craddock is a long time gardener and lover of plants for both their beauty and their edible bounty. Carey began her horticultural career in San Francisco in 1997, as a Gardening and Composting Educator at the Garden for the Environment, where she worked for the next 5 years.  She continues to teach at GFE, and currently runs her own garden design and maintenance business in San Francisco. She also serves as the parent lead on the greening and gardening projects at her children's school in SFUSD. Join her every month for her seasonal vegetable gardening class The Edible Garden. --- FAQs What are my transport/parking options getting to the garden? There is available street parking, though be advised it can be challenging on weekends. Many buses and trains stop nearby, making public transportation a great option!  The 44 O'Shaughnessy, 6 Parnassus, N Judah and other lines all stop nearby. What should I bring to the workshop? Classes are held outside in our teaching garden. We recommend bringing a hat & sunscreen, comfortable closed toed shoes and lots of layers. You may want to bring a notebook to take notes on what you are learning and we recommend bringing a full water bottle as well.  Do you cancel classes due to rain? We try our best not to cancel classes, but if the weather report suggests it is very likely it will be pouring rain during the class time, we will cancel the class tha
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