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Urban Agroecology: Beneficial Fungi in the Garden Skills Class
Sat, March 25, 2017, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM CDT
Beneficial Fungi in the Garden Skills Based class, part of the Urban Agroecology Series
Understand how fungi helps your garden’s soil health. This workshop will cover how to work with arbuscular mychorrizhae and species of fruiting mushrooms that can be grown outdoors in compost or through your vegetable garden or fruit trees.
About the Instructor: Nance Klehm cultivates and forages medicinals and edibles, keeps bees and a fruit orchard, raises chickens and quail, grows for a seed bank and stewards 50 acres of land in the driftless region called, Pachamanka.
She is the Director of Social Ecologies (www.socialecologies.net) which works internationally on wastestream revisioning and reallocation, soil contamination and fertility, and agroecological practices.
Her work has received extensive media coverage and mentioned in many books. She is currently working on two publications on the topic of Soil.