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SEASONAL TIPS FOR NORTHERN GARDENERS

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Night Shift Pollinators

Misunderstood and often overlooked, they live in the shadow of butterflies, bees and flashier pollinators. We’re shining a light on the fascinating world of moths.

TIPS & TRICKS FOR THE

summer garden

A Midsummer’s Chop

Flowering perennials often benefit from a summer trim—learn what to cut and why.

Watering Tips

Whether you’re powering through a heat spell or just embracing ways to conserve, water smarter the next time you grab the hose.

Heatwave Gardening

It’s getting hot out there! Learn how to keep your gardens (and yourself) from wilting in the heat of summer.

RECIPES + GROWING FOOD

This refreshing combination is a delicious way to use up all your extra basil.

This versatile recipe can be used with any veggies harvested during your summer bounty season.

Get excited about vegetables that you can plant once and harvest for years.

DIY PROJECT

This particular garden bench is streamlined and settles nicely into nearly any garden setting. It’s an incredibly simple project to take on yourself, whatever your skill level.

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Whether your soil is thick, wet clay or dry and sandy, the solution is almost always adding compost.

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Drowning in your zucchini harvest? Share homegrown veggies with neighbors, friends, family and your local food shelf.

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Your membership support helps cultivate communities, create green spaces and encourage growth.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Landscape Design Basics

Sept. 20, 6-9pm
One of our most popular classes, this 5-session workshop is your chance to learn the basic principles of sustainable landscape design and avoid common mistakes.

Seed Collecting Workshops

Aug. 26 and Sept. 11, 16, 25 and Oct. 7
Collect, swap and learn how to clean native and pollinator-friendly seeds. Find a session near you!

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Brewery Hangout

TIME + DATE TBD
Stay tuned! More info about our first networking event coming soon....

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