Garden Problem Solving Workshop
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About the Event
Shady garden? Poor soil? Pests, disease, or weed problems? Only have a tiny space? If you think you don’t have the right space to grow your own food, think again! Learn how to troubleshoot and solve garden problems and make the best of your challenging growing situation to produce your own delicious veggies all season long!
This time our presenter is Mik Turje. Mik Turje has been working in community food and agriculture for over a decade. First as a small-scale organic farmer on Vancouver Island and in Richmond where they grew a variety of veggies for farmers markets, CSA’s and high-end grocery stores. Then as a community development worker in the food and urban agriculture movements. Mik was the Urban Agriculture Coordinator at The Stop Community Food Centre in Toronto for many years, where they taught a full slate of gardening workshops and mentored new gardeners, and also ran the Renfrew-Collingwood Food Security Institute for 3 years. Although Mik is now a social worker working in healthcare, they enjoy teaching gardening workshops on the side.
This is a free online workshop to be attended by anyone who has access to a computer/tablet/smartphone with an internet connection. Our presenter will use Zoom to deliver the class. We encourage you to download and install Zoom prior to the class if you have not already done so. If you cannot access the Zoom app, a standard web browser will work. The Zoom link with the password will only be shared to registrants closer to the workshop date
Accessibility Information: We will be using “closed captioning” for this workshop. Also, our workshoper will do their best to make the content of this workshop as accessible as possible. In addition, an electronic copy of the workshop presentation will be sent to the registrants prior to the workshop date.
Please note that the workshop will run approximately two hours, followed by a Q/A session.
If you have any questions about this workshop, please send us an email at email@example.com
Note: This workshop is being delivered as a part of our “YOU should GARDEN” education series in partnership with Regina Seedy Saturday and the RPIRG Green Patch. Our project is funded by Souls Harbour Rescue Mission, Regina Public Interest Research Group (RPIRG), and the University of Regina. FeedBank Regina and Wellness Wheel are our working partners. .