Learn low-cost ways to grow your own food! Lessons include how to build healthy soil, plan your growing space, choose your crops, care for your growing garden, harvest, prepare, and preserve your bounty! These classes are for people who are at or below the 185% poverty level according to federal poverty guidelines (individuals who qualify for free/reduced lunches).
This class occurs over six weeks meeting on Wednesdays from 10:00 am until 12:00 pm beginning on June 1 and extending through July 6. The class will meet in Center Point’s Conference Room #306. The class is taught by Clark County Food Bank instructors, and the program was developed by their organization. Both Battle Ground Adventist Community Services (BG-ACS) and North County Community Food Bank are signing up participants. Register now since limited space is available. Also, if needed, a Spanish interpreter is available. Contact Carolyn Waldron at 360-687- 5007 or 360-687- 3459 for more information.
Please plan to attend all six classes. Participants get a free gardening book, seeds, and starts for the 2016 growing season!