This year's Seed Ordering/Exchanging Potluck--more than the previous 2 events--opened me up to the real need to celebrate this valley's gardeners more often. There was a great diversity of age . . . from some rad MSU students on up to post-graduates who are workin' the Montana Conservation thing and a few experienced, yet humble, gardeners who would make up the "elder" demographic.
Added by Maximillian Smith on March 31, 2011 at 6:51pm — No Comments
As Sunday looms and compost is coming, the daycare and I are very excited for the coming garden. We have started some seedlings and enjoy checking on them several times a day watching them grow. We've talked about what will be doing with all the nummy veggies to come.
Some of the plans are as follows...
Pickles, the kids love pickles and look forward to making their own.
Washing, shucking, snapping, pealing and freezing those wonderful…Continue
Added by Ann Robinson on March 31, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
Seed Exchange Potluck
Sunday, March 27
5:00PM MARCH 27th
UM F.L.A.T (633 5th Street E.)
Join us for a seed event where you can trade or receive seeds
for this coming garden season.
Garden City Harvest’s David
Victor will also be giving a presentation to tell you everything you might want to know about seeds.
Put on by 1000 New Gardens
Added by David Wise on March 23, 2011 at 9:12am — No Comments
I'm back again this year and hope everyone is excited about the 2011 growing season!
Here is a new website where you can pre-order our locally grown tomato and pepper plants. Come visit to see our unique operation:
You'll see why gardeners from all over SW Montana come back year after year.
Added by Tim Martin on March 10, 2011 at 6:53pm — No Comments
The Greater Gallatin Watershed Council’s (GGWC) Rain Garden initiative is in its second year and we are pleased to announce the installation of a rain garden at Sacajawea Middle School this summer. GGWC’s pilot project was the installation of a demonstration rain garden at Bozeman City Hall, 121 N.…Continue
Added by Sharlyn Izurieta on March 2, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments