Join NOFA trained organic gardener Laurie Waite for a lesson about good relationships. Companion planting creates a garden that can grow more in less space, helps with organic pest control, cuts down on weeds and encourages biodiversity.
Laurie is a Master Gardener in Connecticut whose column “Ask an Organic Gardener” column appears in Herb Quarterly Magazine. Born and raised on a dairy farm in Rehoboth, MA, Laurie now lives on two acres in Sterling, CT with her husband, one cat and three ducks. Word has it that the place is also known to migrating birds who refer to it as The Disneyland of Eastern Connecticut. We can neither confirm nor deny this, so you’ll have to ask her yourself.
$10, adults only, pre-registration encouraged.