Kitchen Window Herb Garden Building
Sunday, April 28, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM (CDT)
Build Your Own Kitchen Window Herb Garden
Nothing is quite as rewarding as growing and using your very own herbs. In this class we use a simple, attractive design that is very low maintenance. We will be using cedar because it is attractive and lasts for a long time.
After completing this class you will have the knowledge and have built your very own complete kitchen window herb garden. We provide all the soil and plants you provide the love.
About the instructor.
Mike Smieja is the Director of We Can Grow, a nonprofit that provides raised bed gardens to low income families in the Twin Cities. Last season Mike owned and operated Buchanan Street Farms, an urban farm in Northeast Minneapolis. Currently attending the University of Minnesota for Agriculture and Horticulture. Mike has been through the Master Gardener and Master Composter Recycler courses. Along with empowering others, Mike has a passion for food, rebuilding community, and environmental stewardship.
April 27-28 2013 Mike Smieja will be teaching four different projects at the Hack Factory, including raised bed garden building, potato tower building, compost bin building, and kitchen window herb garden building. Attend the whole series and receive the May Rain Barrel building class for free! ($75 value)
We Can Grow and the Hack Factory have partnered to provide a select amount of scholarships for low income families and individuals for each project. If you would like to apply for one please email the instructor Mike for more information at email@example.com
When & Where
Twin Cities Maker
We are are Hacker Space in Minneapolis that is set up to make, share and teach skills to the community. For more info on our membership dues, and fees, check out our main website.