Extending The Gardening Season – How to Start your Garden Early and End Late
Purdue Extension is Partnering with Clarksville Parks and Recreation
Location: Clarksville Community Center (2311 Sam Gwin Drive, 47129 Clarksville)
Clark County Extension is collaborating with Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department on their summer adult education classes starting May to August 2017. As part of this program, Clark County Extension will teach vegetable gardening classes at the Clarksville Community Center. The schedule is as below:
Date Topic Time
May 25 Gardening Without a Garden Space – Vertical and Container Gardening 6:30-8:30pm
June 22 From the Vegetable Nursery to The Garden – Then What? 6:30-8:30pm
July 27 Sustainable Gardening – Basic Principles and Applications 6:30-8:30pm
August 24 Extending The Gardening Season – How to Start your Garden Early and End Late 6:30-8:30pm
There is a nominal charge of $3 for each class to meet the cost of presentation handouts.
If you are a home vegetable gardener, want to learn how to grow vegetables for “healthy eating” or want to use gardening as a means to exercise and/or bond with your children and grandchildren, now is the opportunity to acquire some of the gardening skills you need. You only attend the class that meets your interest.
To register for any of these classes, please visit the Clarksville Parks and Recreation programs website at http://www.clarksvilleparks.com/programs---classes.html.
If you have questions about these classes or need a reasonable accommodation to participate, you may contact Ken Conklin (Tel: 812-283-1423; Email: email@example.com) with Clarksville Parks and Recreation or Simon Kafari (Tel: 812-256-4591; Email: skafari@Purdue.edu) with the Clark County Extension Office
Purdue is an equal access/equal opportunity University
|Event Date||08-24-2017 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||08-24-2017 8:30 pm|