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Free webinar Sat August 1 (1pm Eastern) - 5 Tips for New Vegetable Growers: Save Time, Energy & Mone  RSS feed

 
Stacey Murphy
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5 Tips for New Vegetable Growers: Save Time, Energy & Money
Free Online Webinar August 1st @ 1pm Eastern with LIVE Q&A
If you have an internet connection, you can tune in.

Why join?
The learning curve for growing vegetables is steep. There's a lot to learn, all at once.
If you're a new grower feeling a little lost, or that everything's happening too fast...then this webinar is definitely for you.
If you're in your second or third year of growing, you will hear some new tricks for saving time, energy & money.
And if you're a self-proclaimed brown thumb, I hope this webinar will inspire you to put some new seeds in the ground.

Here's what you'll learn on this webinar:
  • Where to find growing space you didn't know you had
  • When you are wasting your time 'gardening'
  • When you are wasting your money growing your own seedlings
  • How to turn crop failure into crop success
  • How to fall in love with watering again

  • Plus, join live for your chance to win bonuses

    The tips that I share in this webinar work for all growing zones: they are strategies that will help you analyze your growing systems to see what's working well and what needs improvement.

    Click Here to sign up!

    Can't make it LIVE?
    Replays will be available August 4th & 9th but you have to sign up to access them.

    About Stacey Murphy
    I'm a no-nonsense, down & dirty farmer who likes to create systems that are easy to implement and take precious little time to sustain. I enjoy training small plot growers how to focus resources on growing a bountiful harvest with the smallest effort. I'm a backyard urban farmer who has been running a six person CSA out of a 600 square foot backyard since 2009. This backyard farm yields between 25-80 pounds of produce weekly throughout the growing season. I also started a 1-acre youth farm in Central Brooklyn. I teach with dozens of NYC organizations and schools including New York Botanical Garden, NYC Farm School, Green Guerillas, and Just Food. I founded BK Farmyards in 2009 with the mission that everyone should have access to fresh, affordable and culturally appropriate food.
     
    João Carneiro
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    Very good! I actually won't make it to the live session, but will get the recording for sure
     
    J Marie
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    Looking forward to it. I moved from 3 acres to a small "in town" lot. Would like to produce as much food as possible in the space. Also interested in perennial vegetables.
     
    Sarah Joubert
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    I may not be able to make the live webinar but I will def watch the catchup! Although I've been a keen veggie grower for years, it's my first year as a permie with no chemicals, weeding etc so any help it gratefully received-especially as I plan to try starting community gardens among the disenfranchised of South africa from next year. This is my year for absorbing info!
     
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