Next Guest Speaker:
Guest Speaker: Leah Churner from Delta Dawn Gardens and the Horticulturati podcast.
Date & Time: Monday, November 13, 2023 @ 6 - 9 p.m. CST (Doors at 6, talk at 7)
Location: Zilker Botanical Garden & Streaming via Zoom or YouTube
Cost: Free and Open to Public (Membership Encouraged)
Do you have too much turfgrass or a spot that seems too shady for anything to grow? Transform your landscape into useful beds for edibles, pollinator plants, and drought-tolerant native plants by sheet mulching with mushroom blocks.
Doors at 6, talk starts at 7! Don't forget to bring seeds and plants to swap afterwards. If you can't make it in person we will also be streaming the event via YouTube and zoom.
Instructors: Johnny & David from AOG
When: Saturday, November 11, 2023 from 9:00 to 11:00
Where: Zilker Botanical Garden in the Oak Grove
Cost: Donations accepted for supplies. Register here and purchase General Admission tickets to ZBG. If you are a ZBG member this date is free.
The incredible power of fermentation is all around us- cheese, yogurt, bread, beer, wine, sauerkraut, kimchi, etc. The magic of fermentation has nourished human civilization since ancient times! Fermented foods add essential nutrition and complex flavor to our diets and benefit our gut microflora and immune response. Join AOG members David Forrest and Johnny Hilbun for a class and tasting on fermentation- specifically simple and satisfying vegetable ferments and incredible old-style sourdough bread, both the how and the why.
Download the 'Planting Guide' and 'Vegetable Varieties' for Travis County to get started planning your vegetable garden. The chart plots best planting and cultivation times for seeds and transplants in Central Texas.
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