Webinar: No-Dig Gardening for Kids' Garden Success
Discover ways to implement earth-friendly and cost-effective gardening techniques that also help improve your soil and decrease garden maintenance. Join KidsGardening as we learn more about no-dig gardening with kids from garden expert and author Charlie Nardozzi.
Date: Thursday, April 29th at 4PM Pacific / 6PM Central / 7PM Eastern
Duration: 40-minute presentation, 20 minutes for Q&A
Registration Link: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/no-
Registration Cost: $10
Recording: Available for all registrants for one week after the event
All registrants will be entered to win a Worm Farm Composter from Gardener’s Supply or one of 2 copies of Charlie’s book, No-Dig Gardening.
Questions? Em Shipman is happy to help.
Charlie Nardozzi is an award winning, nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. He has worked for more than 30 years bringing expert gardening information to home gardeners through radio, television, talks, tours, on-line, and the printed page. Charlie delights in making gardening information simple, easy, fun and accessible to everyone. His latest book, The Complete Guide to No-Dig Gardening, Charlie talks about a way to garden with less work, effort and harm to the planet and still reap bountiful flowers and fruits.
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 children’s elementary school.