Micaela Cooley, program coordinator of Harvest Pierce County, organizes seeds for her class attendees to take home for their own gardens during the second of nine classes. Pierce County residents can learn how to grow their own food through Pierce County and Pierce Conservation District’s Edible Gardens Workshop Series, which runs from March through November. The free series of monthly workshops teaches beginning gardeners how to plan a garden, prepare the soil, plant seeds and harvest the food they’ve grown.
Micaela Cooley, program coordinator of Harvest Pierce County, organizes seeds for her class attendees to take home for their own gardens during the second of nine classes. Pierce County residents can learn how to grow their own food through Pierce County and Pierce Conservation District’s Edible Gardens Workshop Series, which runs from March through November. The free series of monthly workshops teaches beginning gardeners how to plan a garden, prepare the soil, plant seeds and harvest the food they’ve grown. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com
Micaela Cooley, program coordinator of Harvest Pierce County, organizes seeds for her class attendees to take home for their own gardens during the second of nine classes. Pierce County residents can learn how to grow their own food through Pierce County and Pierce Conservation District’s Edible Gardens Workshop Series, which runs from March through November. The free series of monthly workshops teaches beginning gardeners how to plan a garden, prepare the soil, plant seeds and harvest the food they’ve grown. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com

Gardening workshop series aims at growing confidence and vegetables

March 09, 2016 11:01 AM

UPDATED March 16, 2016 10:01 AM

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