Due to the challenging growing season and the vagaries of berry farming, we have to cancel the Sunday, July 21 tour of Bainbridge Island Blueberry Company. We’ll be very glad to see you at the next tour on August 14 at Butler-Green Farms. Wednesday night’s tour plus dahlia & raspberry U-pick was great, and we can’t wait … More July 31 Blueberry Farm Tour Cancelled
Want to learn how to grow fruit trees as part of your emergency prep? Darren Murphy, head of the Bainbridge Island Fruit Club, wants to show you how he grows dozens of types of fruit in his small suburban garden, including berries, grapes, and multigrafted tree fruits. The tour is open to all levels of … More Food Resilience Team Co-Sponsors Fruit Tree Field Trip
The Bainbridge Prepares Food Resilience team has issued short seasonal newsletter that we are republishing here for any and all interested. Take a look below at all of the fun and educational events happening over the next several weeks and months. Tour Bainbridge Farms with the Farmers Who Know Them Best Come learn their history, … More Food Resilience Newsletter: Farm Tours, Field Trips, & More
Did you know that you can harvest many crops from your garden in winter and early spring? Food holds so well in the winter garden that it’s like a refrigerator where produce never goes bad. It’s been a great convenience and source of nutrition during “Covid time,” and it’s extremely satisfying to eat from the … More Veg Club Zoom 6/14: Winter Garden Prep Starts in Spring
Want more success in your vegetable garden? Want to know what long-time growers know? How about local resources? You want Veg Club! This series of classes covers everything from beginner basics to specialized local resources and techniques for experienced growers. Each month, long-time home gardening geek Carol Appenzeller, who describes herself as someone who thinks … More Vegetable Garden Success: Monthly Veg Club Zoom Classes
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