OIL PAINTING WITH DEANNA SCHRELL
Each Wednesday from January 23rd through March 27th
$25.00 per class
Learn tips and techniques from Deanna Schrell during this series of oil painting classes.
Please call Deanna at (208) 726-5835 to register.
GROW YOUR OWN FOOD SERIES
Do you believe in eating locally? Wondering if you can actually grow your own food in the Wood River Valley? Join us for this hands-on series and eat food out of your own garden this summer!
This series is a collaboration of the Sawtooth Botanical Garden and the Sustainability Center lead by:
Dick Springs: master gardener and proprietor of the Sustainability Center
Merrily Eckel: farmer and special friend of the Sawtooth Botanical Garden
Cost: $180 for the series (9 classes) or $30 per individual class
o All classes will be held at the Sawtooth Botanical Garden 6-8pm
o Refreshments will be served. Come and enjoy!
Sign up for the series and you will be entitled to
*Manures, fertilizers and compost at a 10% discount from the Sustainability Center throughout this summer
*Access to our instructors throughout the summer. Feel free to call with your vegetable gardening questions!
TUE 22, 6-8pm PLANNING YOUR GARDEN (Part I) and ORDERING YOUR SEEDS: How to plan and organize your garden. Find out what will work in your garden and order the seeds.
TUE 5, 6-8pm PLANNING YOUR GARDEN (Part 2) and BUILDING A RAISED BED AND COLD FAME: Bring your garden plan to this class. We will go over your plan and help you fine tune it. We will also teach you how to build a raised bed and turn it into a cold frame.
TUE 19, 6-8pm SOIL BLOCKING-STARTING YOUR COLD SEASON SEEDS: This will be a hands-on class. Making soil blocks and planting your broccoli, chard and other cold season seeds to get a jump on summer!
TUE 5, 6-8pm PREPPING YOUR BEDS and SOIL IMPROVEMENT: Composting and getting the beds ready to plant.
TUE 19, 6-8pm GROWING TOMATOES: The wonderful and rewarding world of tomatoes. Yes, in the Wood River Valley!
TUE 2, 6-8pm SOIL BLOCKING-STARTING YOUR WARM SEASON PLANTS: Now is the time to start all of those warm season seeds such as squashes, corn and peas.
TUE 16 6-8pm WEEDING, WATERING AND FERTILIZING: It needs to be done. Learn what works the best in our environment.
TUE 7, 6-8pm BUILDING A ROOT CELLAR AND YOUR OWN CHICKEN COOP: A root cellar will be handy in the fall for storing produce for the winter. Chickens are handy too for producing eggs to eat and fertilizer for your vegetable garden!
TUE 21, 6-8pm DIRECT SEEDING AND TRANSPLANTING…NO-TILL GARDENING: We’ll wrap up our series today and send you on your way! Remember, those who have signed up for the whole series will have access to our instructors and their wealth of gardening information throughout the summer!