Spring 2014 URBAN AG SERIES
Spring Organic Gardening classes are over. Thanks to our participants and hope you learned a lot!
Now we're ready for the ever-popular Urban Ag Workshops for Spring 2014. We're covering some exciting and timely topics. All talks are held on Monday evenings from 7-8:30 and, unless otherwise noted, are held at the Burden Center Conference Room. Classes are free-of-charge with suggested $5 donation.
Past President, Capitol Area Beekeepers Association
Backyard Chickens 101
Sour Fermentation: Kim Chee, Pickles, Ginger Beer, and More
Program Director, Slow Food Baton Rouge
Sourdough Bread Baking
Executive Chef, City Club Baton Rouge
Director, EBR Parish Recycling Office
Cheese making 102
LSU Professor of Food Science
Hope to see you there!
Advanced Organic Gardening: Spring and Summer
February 15, 9am to noon at the Burden Center Conference Room and February 22, 10am - 1pm at the Family and Youth Services Center
Already have a garden but looking to grow more vegetables in an urban setting? Manage soil ecology better? Cover crop creatively? Include fruit trees in a limited space? Already taken our begining spring class and looking for more? Then this is the class for you. Again, Dr. Motsenbocker and others will be on hand to answer your thorny questions about taking the next step.
Join us at the Burden Center Conference Room (4560 Essen Ln) on the 15th and in the field at our new FYSC garden (Eddie Robinson and Government) on the 22nd for an informative work day. Registration is $35 for the 2 sessions to cover associated costs, and scholarships are available. Registration is open now.
This event has passed! Thanks for another great class!