November 9th ~ Conservation Farming Forum
We all want to conserve and enhance our precious resources and wildlife. Learn innovative techniques that can create habitat that invites birds and pollinators on your property while creating a lovely garden for you and your family to enjoy. A panel of speakers including Wes Brittenham of Plants of the Southwest, Amanda Bramble of Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center, Michael Reed of La Orilla Farm, and Miranda Jacobson of Bees Knees and Hummer Hangout will present on creating foodsheds that include and encourage all forms of life on the farm.
All workshops for the 2013 season are FREE and run from 9:00am to 12:30pm at the Gutierrez-Hubbell House Open Space located at 6029 Isleta Blvd (3 miles south of Rio Bravo). A collaboration of Bernalillo County Open Space and Erda Gardens and Learning Center.
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