Tips for stress-free, therapeutic gardening
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About the Event
This free online workshop will be about how you can ensure that your garden is therapeutic rather than stressful. With fall in full swing, now is a good time to reflect on your garden and think about what you’d like to do differently next year.
This online workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Grant Wood, an Assistant Professor at the University of Saskatchewan. Dr. Wood is passionate about urban agriculture and food security. In fact, Dr. Wood developed a course (Plant Science 235) about urban agriculture, both domestic and commercial. Dr. Wood is actively involved in the community and has received local, provincial and national recognition for his work.
This is a free virtual workshop open to everyone. To attend this workshop, you need to have access to a computer/tablet/smartphone with an internet connection. Our presenter will use the ZOOM to deliver this class. We encourage you to download and install ZOOM prior to the class if you don't have it installed. If you can't, a normal internet browser will work. The Zoom link with the password will be shared only to registrants closer to the workshop date. One of our team members will be available to assist you with technology if you need so.
Please note that this workshop will be about 1 hour long followed by a Q/A session.
If you have any questions about this workshop, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com