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Sustainable Vegetable Gardening 2020

Posted by Abell Smith | September 18, 2019

PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19, these classes will be held via Zoom through at least May. Sign up below via Brown Paper Tickets if you’d like to join us!

Sustainable Vegetable Gardening 2020
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Gardens You Can Eat

A series of classes taught by Master Gardeners to help you create your own organic vegetable garden. Based on the principles of organic gardening, with a focus on soils, composting and Integrated Pest Management. (IPM). The 10-class series is designed for those with some gardening experience.

10 class series:

  • Tuesday evenings 6:30-8:30 PM – 10/29/2019, 3/10/20, 4/7/20, 5/19/20, 6/16/20, 7/14/20, 7/21/20, 8/18/20
  • Saturday mornings 9:00-Noon 4/18/20, 9/12/20
  • Registrants of the 10-class series will receive a copy of the Maritime NW Garden Guide.

Norm Dicks Government Center, 345 6th Street, Bremerton


  • Tuesday classes – $15 individually, Saturday classes – $25 individually
  • 10-class series – $150, $100 Master Gardener rate

Scholarships are available, inquire to email below.
Early Registration for the series by September 15, 2019 – $125 for all 10 classes
$20 cancellation fee for series, $5 cancellation fee for each individual class
No refunds less than 10 days before scheduled class, $35 charge for checks returned for non-sufficient funds

New to gardening? Try Sustainable Vegetable Gardening 101

Sustainable Vegetable Gardening 101 class for new gardeners:

This one-day class will give those new to growing edible plants a basic overview of how to establish a successful vegetable garden. We will discuss site selection, basic soil science and plant nutrition, crop choices, pest and disease management and more!

  • Saturday, 2/22/20, 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
  • All registrants will receive a copy of the Maritime NW Garden Guide.

For more information visit:
or contact
(360) 228-7300

Sponsored by :

  • WSU Extension
  • Kitsap County
  • Kitsap County Public Works Solid Waste Division