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Garden Planning: Annual Vegetables & Cut Flowers
Marshfield Fairgrounds (Administration Building)
Marshfield, MA
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Garden Planning: Annual Vegetables & Cut Flowers
Spring into planting season with a strong plan!
Erika Rumbly presents a participatory workshop, where we'll learn organic strategies for small-scale gardening from succession planting to season extension. Let's maximize harvests while caring for our soil. Bring your garden dimensions. Together, we'll sketch garden plans and planting schedules.
Gardeners of all experience levels are welcome.

Workshop will have a lecture section and then will break into groups for planning out your individual garden plots.

NOTE: If you also have soil test data or type (sandy vs. clay etc)  and sunlight information (full sun, part sun, afternoon sun, shady etc) that data will help improve your plan.  
Attendees should be able to go home with a plan that fits his/her garden space and experience level.

Your Educator:
Erika Rumbley is a grower specializing in greenhouse production, organic land care and cut flowers. Erika serves as the Greenhouse Manager at The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum growing a diverse collection of plants from orchids to woody shrubs. As a Co-Founder and Director of The New Garden Society, Erika gardens alongside students in a prison yard south of Boston on Monday afternoons.  Erika is a graduate of Vassar College, with an Honors BA in Environmental Studies and is the recipient of numerous fellowships including the Helen Dwight Reid Fellowship for service on The Crow Indian Reservation. Since her first farm apprenticeship in 2005, Erika has grown cut flowers, fruit and vegetables on farms and nurseries in New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. She honed her skills as a grower as the Greenhouse Manager at Langwater Farm from 2014-2017. In a parallel vein, Erika has served a range of land-based non-profits as a facilitator and adult educator, including Southside Community Land Trust, Boston Natural Areas Network and The Trustees of Reservations.

Workshop will be held upstairs in the Administration building at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.  Please plan to arrive about 10 minutes prior to the start of the event to check-in and get settled.  Bring a clipboard, pencils, garden dimensions.


Marshfield Fairgrounds (Administration Building) (View)
140 Main St.
Marshfield, MA 02050
United States


Education > Workshops

Minimum Age: 14
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: No


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