How'd your tomatoes do this summer? Your squash? If the answer is 'unfortunately, not so great' then this is the class for you! Successful Vegetable Gardening, taught by Kim Martin and Laurie Bostic of Barking Cat Farm, will cover a range of topics to help the beginning vegetable gardener be successful growing their own food organically. Apply your new found knowledge to your fall garden or get a jump on your 2019 garden. $35.
Sep 1 2018
Botanical Research Institute of Texas: Successful Vegetable Gardening - Fort Worth
Rooster Home & Hardware: Texas Natives Series- Dallas
Hosted by Native Plant Society of Texas, White Rock Lake Chapter.
Learn how to plan out your existing landscape with the best combo of native plants that can sustain butterflies, bees other pollinators, and save your household money.
This class has a maximum seating of 20, so register soon. Two-part series workshop with followup session date.
Materials are provided. For more details contact WRL Chapter and or sign up and reserve your spot for the three class series. Registrants will need to bring a copy of their property plat for the workshop. Sign in at https://npsot.org/wp/wrl/welcome/
Registrants may make a minimum donation as an individual per individual participant to the White Rock Lake Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas at https://npsot.org/wp/join-renew/ online
to be a part of the educational process for this workshop series in lieu of class fees for all three workshops. This applies to NPSOT WRLC members as well.
There are no make up sessions for this series, however it may possibly be repeated next year.
Redenta's Garden: Fall Vegetable Gardening - Dallas
Free garden talk
Botanical Research Institute of Texas: Native American Plant Use - Fort Worth
Take a walk around the BRIT campus with Dr. Grace Bascopé, BRIT resident research associate and medical and environmental anthropologist, to learn about which and how plants were used by the First Peoples of the North Central Texas area. She will also discuss archaeological research carried out right around BRIT. Dr. Bascopé will show you the First Peoples Demonstration Garden and discuss how Native Americans and others optimize water conservation in their gardens in this dry region.
Turn Lucas Green: Styrofoam Recycling Drop Off - Allen
Please bring your clean #6 Styrofoam to be recycled!
Common items accepted are:
- fast food clam shell containers
We cannot accept packing peanuts and certain other packing materials.
Fort Worth Vegetarian Society: Dinner at Spiral - Fort Worth
Join us for our monthly dinner and social event at Spiral Diner & Bakery. Come to learn, share, have fun, and meet with other people who are interested in a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle.