Webinar: Gardening Under Lights with Kids
Do you love gardening with kids, but perhaps feel challenged by space availability or weather? Gardening indoors under lights might be the perfect solution! Don’t know where to start? We’ll help you.
Join KidsGardening’s senior education specialist, Sarah Pounders, and Leslie Halleck, horticultural expert, and author of “Gardening Under Lights” as they simplify successful indoor gardening with lights and explain how you can engage kids in this fun and educational activity.
All registrants will be entered to win a Low Bamboo LED Grow Light Garden from Gardener’s Supply, 1 of 10 copies of Leslie’s book, “Gardening Under Lights”, or 1 of 5 sets of KidsGardening’s GrowLab Complete Guide to Gardening in the Classroom and Activity Guide. Join us!
Date: Thursday, February 4th, 2021 at 4PM-5PM Pacific / 6PM-7PM Central / 7PM-8PM Eastern
Register Here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/gardening-under-lights
Registration Cost: $8
Webinar will be recorded and available to all registrants for one week after the event.
Questions? Em Shipman is happy to help.
Leslie F Halleck is a Certified Professional Horticulturist (ASHS) who has spent her 27+ year career hybridizing horticulture science with home-gardening consumer needs. Halleck earned a B.S. in biology/botany from the University of North Texas and an M.S. in horticulture from Michigan State University. Halleck’s professional experience is both deep and multi-disciplined, with time spent in field research, public gardens, landscaping, garden writing, garden center retail, and horticulture consulting. Halleck has written hundreds of articles for local, regional, and national publications as well as taught countless gardening programs for the home gardener. Her books include “Gardening Under Lights: The Complete Guide for Indoor Growers” and “Plant Parenting: Easy Ways to Make More Houseplants, Vegetables, and Flowers”. Halleck’s upcoming book “Tiny Plants; Discover the joys of collecting and growing itty bitty houseplants” will be released in March, 2021.
Sarah Pounders has been active in the field of youth gardening for over 20 years. Growing up surrounded by plants instilled a deep love of gardens and the desire to share that love with others. While working toward her master’s degree in Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M University, she had the opportunity to serve as a school garden coordinator and conduct research on the benefits of using school garden programs to teach nutrition. She went on to work at various botanical gardens, for Cooperative Extension in Virginia and Texas, and since 2005 as an Education Specialist at KidsGardening.org, coordinating numerous children’s gardens, writing curricula and activities for youth of all ages, teaching formal and informal youth education programs, and conducting teacher training sessions on integrating gardens into the classroom. Sarah also enjoys gardening at home with her two young children and serves as the volunteer garden coordinator at her daughter’s elementary school.