Thursday, November 12 | 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Many beginner gardeners just walk away from their gardens in the winter. In this virtual class we will discuss how to put your vegetable and native garden beds to bed in an ecological way to preserve insect diversity of species. We will explore why this is important by looking at the life cycles of beneficial insects and discuss a variety of ways to help support diversity in your gardens and yards so next year your garden is even healthier. Additionally, we will discuss some winter crops that can be grown if you have a mild winter like we do here in the Ozarks.
Registration is required and space is limited.
How to join virtually: A Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants 24 hours prior to the class!
Cost: $10 for BGO Members / $15 for nonmembers (Not a member? Join or renew today!)
*Please be aware, we do not offer refunds for our classes and workshops. Exchanges may be considered on a case by case basis if they are made at least one week in advance. Due to material costs, availability and other factors, we cannot guarantee an exchange. Contact Roslyn at email@example.com if you would like your exchange to be considered. All proceeds go to support environmental, gardening and health-related education in the community. Thank you for your support!