Long Island Community Gardens

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"Community gardens are a fantastic way to promote healthy eating, build community  awareness, and to educate adults and children alike about agricultural and environmental stewardship"

- Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone

Time to look at your seed catalogs!



 It's the time of the year to start looking for your seeds for the new growing season.

Let's get planting and growing for a bountiful harvest this year!


Check out these links:


Johnny's Seeds

​suburbanseeds.com

Fedco Co-op Seeds


Coupons under Garden Resources link


SEEDS


WHAT EVERY COMMUNITY GARDENER WANTS TO KNOW

JOIN HEATHER FOREST AND LARRY FOGLIA AND LEARN TO UNRAVEL THE MYSTERIOUSLY NOT SO MYSTERIOUS METHODS OF SEED STARTING AND BASIC ORGANIC VEGETABLE GARDEN PLANNING 


FREE WORKSHOP (please choose one)

​SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 2015

OR

SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015

9:00-3:00 Lecture and Greenhouse Hands-on Workshop
Please bring your own lunch


WANG CENTER, STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
Stony Brook University 100 Nicolls Road, Suite 302, Stony Brook, NY 11794
Room 201

Hosted by:
The Long Island Community

Gardens Association​ (LICGA)

(NYSDOH Funding)


RSVP to Barbara Wildfeir
bwildfir@gmail.com 
631-790-2483
by Friday, March 6 for one of the two dates.
Classes limited to 50 per class