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Gardening, Tour
27th Annual Mendocino Coast Garden Tour
Enjoy a behind-the-scenes view of a diverse selection of six of the Mendocino Coast's most magnificent private gardens – situated between Caspar and just north of Fort Bragg – on this self-guided tour. On Friday, June 28, also enjoy a special Opening Night Gala at a spectacular private coastal home and, on Garden Tour day, box lunches prepared by Ravens Restaurant, and a Garden Shop & Plant Sale at the Mendocino Art Center. In addition, the month long "Members’ Juried Garden-Themed Exhibit" is showing through May 31 through June 29.
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Gardening, Class/Workshop
Basics of Irrigation Workshop
Learn how to tune up your irrigation and save water in this hands-on workshop. Our water efficiency experts will help you explore your irrigation system to identify common issues and show you how to repair them. Class activities will include making minor adjustments on a sample sprinkler and wiring a timer. Space is limited and registration is required.
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Gardening, Meeting
Caring for Cymbidium Orchids
Did you know you can grow orchids outdoors in the Sacramento area without a greenhouse? The Sacramento Valley Cymbidium Society (SVCS) will present helpful information about protecting your plants so you will have beautiful blooms in early spring. The SVCS the fourth Wednesday evening of every month from January through June and September through November. There is always a show-and-tell segment in which members bring in their blooming plants, discussions pest problems, plants for sale and free refreshments. Members of the general public are welcome.
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Class/Workshop, Gardening
Digging Into Drip Irrigation Workshop
Installing a new watering system or converting your lawn? Drip is where it’s at! This hands-on workshop will give you the skills to successfully build and maintain a functioning drip system. Our instructors will teach you how to convert sprinklers to drip, make repairs to your current system or even start from scratch. Space is limited and registration is required.
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Community Event, Education, Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Gardening, Class/Workshop
Edible Gardening in Small Spaces
In this hands-on class for beginners, we will cover all the need-to-know basics of growing food in small spaces. We will cover proper soil, water, sunlight exposure, seasonality of plants, and create a customized garden plan for your space. A majority of class will be outside learning through experience.Instructor: Jenn MacLeod, Soil Born Farms.
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For the Family, Nature, Gardening
Families on the Farm: River and Creek Exploration
Hike along the American River parkway and Cordova Creek to learn about local flora and fauna. Reconnect, build awareness and share the joy and wonders of the natural world together. Enjoy a small picnic in the shade with seasonal fruit provided by the farm. This program is designed for youth (ages 5 through 18) and accompanying adults. Instructor: Lacey Carlson. Registration:
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Community Event, Gardening, Class/Workshop, Health & Wellness/Nutrition
Garden & Art to Soothe Stressed Children
Garden and art activities can help children manage their big feelings and fears. In this class, adults will learn how to teach children that the garden is a safe and welcoming place where they can leave their stress behind. You will learn to teach resiliency skills, stress management skills, and self-soothing techniques that empower children and help them express themselves. You will leave with practical ideas that can help children ages 4 through 17. Recommended for parents, care providers and teachers (adults only). No art or garden experience is necessary. Instructor: Amy Green, Art Land. Registration:
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Class/Workshop, Gardening
Growing Winter Veggies Workshop
The sweet rewards of cool weather crops include delicious spinach, beets, carrots and kale. Now is the time to start planning for fall and winter vegetables. Instructors will offer planting tips and show you how to maximize your garden during the cooler time of the year. Space is limited and registration is required.
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Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Class/Workshop, Food/Tasting, Education, Gardening
Keep your Brain Healthy with Foods, Herbs & Games
We will discuss how to optimize your brain health and share recipes of foods and herbs and games that support brain function. Instructor: Candis Cantin, Integrative Herbalist, Counselor & Teacher.
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Class/Workshop, Gardening
Step Up Your Spray Game Irrigation Workshop
Discover the newest advancements in sprinkler irrigation technology to combat water waste. Find out how to convert your old inefficient sprinklers into low-water-using rotating nozzles. Challenge yourself to repair a broken sprinkler successfully. Before you know it, you’ll be able to run your system manually, program your irrigation controllers and make repairs to sprinklers and drip systems. Space is limited and registration is required.
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