John Jeavons, a national expert in urban farming and biointensive agriculture, will be in Detroit March 29-31.
From 6-8 p.m. March 29, Jeavons will talk about his experiences with
agriculture and how growing crops can be done more efficiently,
especially for those in urban spaces. The free talk will be at the
Catherine Ferguson Academy, 2750 Selden, Detroit.
From 9 a.m.-5 p.m. March 30-31, Jeavons will lead his workshop on how
to grow biointensively. Cost for the two-day session is $10-$50 for
members of the Garden Resource Program or similar urban gardening
organizations, and $150 for others.
For information, call
Ashley Atkinson at 313-237-8736 or go to www.detroitagriculture.org.
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