This is a FREE event but we ask that you RSVP.

With food prices continuing to climb and inflation rising, the family garden has become more important than ever. Whether you live in an urban, rural, or suburban setting, now is the time to take your garden to the next level.

Join us for an open ‘Homestead Gardening’ forum and community potluck on Tuesday, March 21 (6-8pm) at the Sedalia Center in northern Bedford County. Come share your insights and best practices for organic, regenerative vegetable production. Some topics we will hit in our discussion:

– Affordable(?) garden fencing.
-Organic gardening techniques.
– Boosting and maintaining cycles of soil fertility.
– Pest management and plant health.
– Seed sourcing and choosing what to grow.
– Composting Tips.
– Organic Soil Amendments.
-Soil amendments to avoid.
– Preserving the harvest.
– Organic gardening resources.

Great Day Gardens, a small ecological farm and bakehouse in Forest, will also have a handful of plants and some Southern Exposure Seed Exchange seeds for sale. Please bring cash if you are interested in making a purchase from them.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 21 (6-8pm)
WHERE: Sedalia Center (northern Bedford County, Virginia)
1108 Sedalia School Rd, Big Island, VA 24526
WHO: Anyone! All are welcome.
– A dish to share.
– A friend (of course)!
– Your own dishware.
– Kids are welcome but they must be attended by an adult.
– Your ideas for: potluck topics, workshops, and other events.
If you or your family members are under the weather, or not feeling well, we ask that you stay home and rest 🙂

Sedalia Center: 1108 Sedalia School Rd, Big Island, VA 24526

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