Just thought I should put out an early word that our greenhouse is almost full of seedlings for our 2013 tomato plants, pepper plants, and strawberry plants. Our target date for optimum condition will be May 10-20.
We will also have a few other things ready by then as well, including our locally grown, organic asparagus.
See our website for updates, availability, and market locations:…
Added by Tim Martin on March 31, 2013 at 8:40pm — No Comments
STReaM Pollinator Garden Project at Bozeman High School
Students participating in STReaM (Summer Tutoring for Reading and Math) need your help installing a Pollinator Garden at Bozeman High School. Students participating in the program are learning about the importance of pollinators in the environment, and in particular, to sustainable agriculture in Montana. The program is "jump starting" the Bridger Alternative…Continue
Added by Sharlyn Izurieta on June 8, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
The public is invited to a pollinator garden presentation at REI, 2220 Tschache Street, Bozeman, June 7th, 6:30 pm. Participants will learn how to protect and increase pollinator habitat through the installation of pollinator gardens. A pollinator garden project at the Bridger Alternative Program at Bozeman High School will also be highlighted. The program presenters, Casey Delphia, Research Associate in the Department of Land Resources and Environmental…Continue
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Max and Crew just finished up a lasagna garden here. They were all very helpful. And dedicated... they went on from here to start another garden this afternoon. Thank you all for your time, work, and instruction.
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Well! A lot has happened since my last post. In (close to) chronological order I got about seven replies on the survey out of about 87 neighbors, three of which were disinterested, and the rest were all for it. Unfortunately, I only have an oral record of who was interested. Ah, well. At least the interest is there! (and the horribly lame poster that I hurriedly put together five minutes before the neighborhood garage sale, for the sale, will be quietly disposed of...)
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Added by Jennifer Icenogle on August 10, 2011 at 10:37am — No Comments
Broken Ground, a permaculture education and garden design business, will offer a series of workshops and events in August and September aimed at helping people create edible landscapes. Workshops can be taken as a series or can stand alone.
Upcoming workshops and events (click on the links…Continue
Added by Kareen Erbe on August 3, 2011 at 7:52pm — No Comments
Thank you 1000 New Gardens for your recommendations regarding this project!!
Since I have now sent off my proposal (and hopefully have it returned with a signature very soon) I can focus on the actual building site and how things should come together. I have sent a survey to the neighbors to whom the park belong asking them various questions about their thoughts concerning the construction of a community garden in their park. I will be receiving their reply tomorrow (hopefully) and…Continue
Added by Anna Teintze on July 13, 2011 at 5:41pm — No Comments
FINALLY! am getting around to writing something. My husband found out about 1000 new gardens at the bozeman cleanup day. I got in touch with Max, and Max and crew came out to our place and dug up a 4'x15' plot. That was back in May. I was able to plant mid May, which after planting I got a little nervous when the weather turned cooler, but my seeds were kept warm and snug in the ground. Also, Max put me in contact with a wonderful resource, Susan Duncan. She has supplied a lot of advice,…Continue
Added by Jennifer Icenogle on July 12, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
Create an Edible Landscape!
Join us at Three Hearts Farm for interactive hands-on permaculture workshops
Permaculture Design Fundamentals
Saturday, July 16, 9:00am –…Continue
Added by Kareen Erbe on July 1, 2011 at 9:51am — No Comments
Hello, I am an ambassador Girl Scout who is aiming for her Gold Award, which I hope to accomplish by building a community garden in my neighborhood and support other neighborhoods which are looking to build their own. I am hoping to be able to get raised beds and a deer fence as well as my neighborhood's support for this project, however, I have never really gotten into gardening much and although I have three very capable gardeners who are more than willing to help me get this project off…Continue
Join Us for a Rain Garden Party!
Tuesday, June 28th, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Sacajawea Middle School (north end of the school)
The Greater Gallatin Watershed Council, Bozeman School District, Students participating in the STReaM summer…Continue
Added by Sharlyn Izurieta on June 24, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
Due to a conflict with the STReaM student program we are postponing the Thursday, June 23rd Rain Garden work day to Friday, June 24th!
We will meet at the north end of Sacajawea Middle School at 9:30 a.m. Friday morning. We are planning to:
1. Finish the “classroom” patio preparations in order to be ready to place the flagstone (we’re still waiting to…Continue
Added by Sharlyn Izurieta on June 22, 2011 at 8:32am — No Comments
Work has begun at the Sacajawea Middle School Rain Garden and the students are working very hard to learn about the plants needed to build a rain garden, but we need your help to vegetate the rain garden with native perennials.
All you have to do is visit a local participating nursery this weekend or anytime up to June 28th. Buy a plant and leave with the nursery – we’ll do the rest. Don’t see the information at the nursery counter? Just ask for help from a…Continue
Added by Sharlyn Izurieta on June 15, 2011 at 11:42am — No Comments