Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Pick Your Own Organic Produce and Support Fresno State Ag: May 7th

Come and pick your own choice of seasonal organic vegetables!
This Saturday from 8am to 11am. Located east of the Gibson Market, on Barstow east of Chesnut the students will have a table and tent where you can pick up bags and hand pruning shears (What are those called? It's too late.) Bring cash. 
I went to the April U-Pick and had a great experience, even bought a couple strawberries plants for my mom.
"Seasonal crops: Organic arugula, beet, bok choy, broccoli, garlic, kale, lettuce, mustard greens, onion, pea, radish, spinach, strawberry, and turnip

Saturday May 7, Worm Composting Workshop (11 am to 1pm)  at the Horticulture Unit classroom, NE corner of Chestnut and Barstow

Please join our hands‐on workshop and learn how to construct a simple worm‐box. Class materials (worms & worm box), and additional readings are included. The cost is $25. For additional info.   http://www.auxiliary.com/AGF/farmmarket/events.shtml

Sponsored by USDA‐Hispanic Serving Institutes Education Grant & Organic Enterprise

*For more information on this event and the Student Operated Organic Farm, please contact
Dr. Sajeemas ‘Mint’ Pasakdee at 559‐278‐2828 or spasakdee@csufresno.edu"
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