2020 Sustainable Garden and Kitchen Seminar
From making compost and compost tea, designing native gardens, foodscaping and selecting native trees for the home, to making kombucha, fermented foods and exploring a plant-based diet, the 2020 Sustainable Garden and Kitchen Seminar offers a class for every interest.
The keynote address will feature author, an artist/art teacher, a folk herbalist, a regenerative farmer, and a Permaculturist Crystal Stevens. Stevens is the author of award-winning Grow Create Inspire and Worms at Work.
Seminar sponsors include Forrest Keeling Nursery, Branneky True Value Hardware, and Blue Bird Compost. Cost is $50, which includes lunch from Missouri farmers and producers, courtesy of Seed Sprout Spoon. To register, visit extension.missouri.edu/stlouis. For more information, contact us at (314) 400-2115 or by email at email@example.com.