Introduction to Grow Biointensive
Saturday, February 23, 2013 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PST)
Palo Alto, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
GROW BIOINTENSIVE is a whole-system approach to gardening and farming that builds soil fertility in a relatively short time, so that fertilizer inputs (other than compost) become unnecessary, or almost so, thereby making the garden and farm as sustainable as possible. Learn the principles of double-digging, composting and soil-building, intensive planting, companion planting, carbon farming (compost crops), calorie farming, and open pollinated seeds. Taught by Carol Cox, who managed the Research Garden at Ecology Action for nearly twenty years. Now she and her neighbors in the middle of Willits are collaborating on a community garden in the empty lot next door.
When & Where
Common Ground Garden Supply and Education Center
Classes & events in sustainable gardening and lifestyles
Seeds and Plants - edible, medicinal, native and ornamental
Composts, Fertilizers and Mulches
Tools and Natural disease and pest control products
Books, Local Honey, Cards, and Gift items
Volunteer Opportunities and New Friends
A non-profit project of Ecology Action- Teaching people to grow food using the Grow Biointensive methods locally and internationally.