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Garden and Landscaping

Start Your Own Edible Garden - ed2go Online Class
Grow delicious, nutritious fruit and vegetables in your own backyard! In this course, you'll learn how to give your garden a healthy start and keep it growing strong all season. Whether you want to provide your family with nutritious food, save money, get some exercise, or just be more self-sufficient, this course will give you the skills and knowledge you need to be on your way to a successful harvest.

Organic and Resilient Gardening: Hands On
This course will explore many aspects of organic and resilient gardening with a focus on experiential learning. You will learn the basics of plant propagation, composting, garden infrastructure, tool selection and maintenance, beneficial insect habitat, pruning and grafting, soil improvement techniques, pest management, seed saving, native plants, micro-irrigation installment and more! You will also learn how to plan your upcoming season, appropriate site development and how to transition from lawn to garden. You will be able to take home garden starts that you seeded and all the skills you need to install or improve your own garden.

Arboretum Volunteer Training
Mt. Pisgah needs you! Learn about native habitats and ecology in our lovely location. We'll sharpen your teaching skills, to prepare you to share your knowledge and enthusiasm with elementary aged students on nature walks. Co-sponsored by Mount Pisgah Arboretum and LCC Successful Aging Institute. To register, call 541.747.1504 or contact the Arboretum at (SAI Course)

Flower Power 1
Love flowers? This hands-on design class will teach you basic styles and techniques of flower arranging. You will be creating a new fresh arrangement to take home each week. Cost includes supplies and flowers. Co-sponsored by River Road Park & Recreation and LCC Successful Aging Institute. (Cost: $90). To register and pay, contact River Road Park at 541.688.4052. (SAI Course)

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