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Organic Gardening Workshops
Join us for a free workshop highlighting the various aspects of organic gardening
Meets the second Thursday of each month 6 - 7:30 p.m.

Topics include:

Planning for Success: Garden Layout and Scheduling  - Feb 9
The Garden Space: Soil / Light / Methods  - March 9
Planting Considerations: Fertility / Rotations / Transplanting  - April 13
Urban Gardening: Small Space Considerations  - May 11
Weeds and Bugs: Organic Answers & IPM  - June 8
No July Workshop: Homework – Pull weeds!  
Seed Saving & Fall Planting: Methods / Reasons  -  August 10
Season Extension & Cover Crops: Reasons / Benefits / Methods  - September 14
Composting & Biodynamics: Benefits / Methods  - October 12

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Tennessee River Seed Library of the E. G. Fisher Public Library

Visit our Seed Library page to learn more about our donors.

A new seed library that will service McMinn County is seeking donations of heirloom and open-pollinated seed varieties. 

Seed libraries allow users to borrow seeds like books and return grown seed at the end of the season. Donations of non-hybrid varieties of beans, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, peas, and lettuces are an easy way to show your support. Other seed varieties may be accepted from experienced seed savers. 

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