Off-Grid Watering Solutions: Small-Scale Techniques for Sustainable Gardens

Dates:May 18, 2024
Meets:Sa from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Location:Wesley Enhanced Living, 6300 Greene St.
Cost: $39.00

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Dive into the world of self-sustaining gardening with this workshop on Off-Grid Watering Solutions. Designed for gardeners at all levels, this session explores innovative, small-scale techniques that reduce reliance on conventional water sources. Learn to harness gravity-fed irrigation systems for efficient water delivery, unlock the potential of hügelkultur and straw-based water batteries for moisture retention, and master the ancient art of using Ollas. Whether standalone or integrated, these methods promise to revolutionize your garden's watering needs, ensuring sustainability and resilience. Whether you are interested in sustainability or maximizing your time in the garden this class will help with automating your watering needs.
Fee: $39.00

Fee Breakdown

Category Description Amount
Course Fee (Basic)Course Fee$ 39.00
Course Fee (Alternate)
$ 0.00

Wesley Enhanced Living, 6300 Greene St.

Marisia Robinson

is MALT's Office Coordinator, as well as an avid urban gardener with 5 years of experience and current secretary for Aspen Farms Community Garden. Marisia brings a wealth of knowledge about vegetable and herb growing and has taught for PHS and the Philadelphia Free Library. Her teaching approach is interactive and pragmatic. She is passionate about the transformative power of urban gardening and advocates for its role in fostering community connections and cultivating an abundance mindset through sustainable food and seed production.

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