Posts Tagged ‘garden’


Join the Solana Center for a great course on how to start and sustain a school garden. As with any garden, composting plays an important role and will also be discussed in this course along with several other issues that are critical to school garden success. One of the class days will focus on a hands-on garden build, from the dirt up! Please contact Elizabeth for more information at (760) 436-7986 ext. 218 or elizabeth@solanacenter.org.


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Manure is a valuable resource – don’t trash it, compost it!

During this free workshop learn about:

  • Manure management and composting basics
  • The benefits of composting
  • Applying compost to gardens and landscapes
  • Land use regulations
  • Protecting local water sources

Wednesday, February 3rd

7:00-9:00 pm

Ramona Community Center

434 Aqua Lane, Ramona

Pre registration required. Please register online at www.solanacenter.org or by phone 760-436-7986×222

This workshop is funded by the County of San Diego Watershed Department.

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Quail Botanical Gardens, which you may know from the compost demonstration site or from the almost monthly compost workshops, is hiring a gardener! It’s rare that positions become available at this amazing garden, so this could be a great opportunity for you or someone you know.
Check it out at: http://www.qbgardens.org/about/employment.shtml

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