Thursday, January 27, 2022
Recording the Garden
Long-term gardening is easier when there’s a sense of continuity. Individual gardeners and community gardening teams can greatly benefit from recordkeeping to maintain consistency and direction over time. In this webinar, we discuss strategies to track what is planted in the garden and where, where plants came from, how well plantings survive over time, which gardening practices work best for a given location, and basic phenology concepts to help track the timing of plants’ life history events. Participants will also learn how to use garden records to track gardening experiments whose results can help inform future decisions about planting and maintenance.
|Date/time details||Thursday, January 27, 2022, 12:30-2:00 p.m.|
|Fee||$18 (Members)/$23 (Nonmembers)|
|CEU||MALP MCLP: .5; NOFA AOLCP: 1.5|
|Certificate||Elective: all certificates|
|Cosponsor||Ecological Landscape Alliance|