5 / 2018

How To Make Compost Tea

Open Garden Days with Garden Conservancy
May 26, 2018
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
962 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937

Tea for Two: The Soil and You


Sip on delicious tea in the garden while we demonstrate how to create aerated compost tea for soil health and productivity! Learn about the equipment, the process and the benefits of adding compost tea into your organic gardening routine. 

No registration is required for this event.    

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Seed Bomb Workshop

Garden Conservancy Open Garden Days
May 26, 2018
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
962 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937

Seed Bomb Workshop

Adults are invited to come and make Fukuoka style seed bombs. (Don’t worry, we’ll explain!) We will use clover and pollinator-attracting wildflower mixes and learn about the importance of native pollinators, how to promote and protect their populations and the best ways to ensure your seed bombs grow and become healthy habitat for wildlife. Children also welcome!

Materials and refreshments will be provided. 

Registration is required and space is limited. Please visit gardenconservancy.com to register for this event.

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6 / 2018

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Dragons and Dirt
June 9, 2018
12:30 PM - 01:00 AM
South Fork Natural History Museum

Healthy soil means beneficial bugs - like dragonflies!

Join Edwina for a short presentation on how healthy, chemical-free lawns will attract biodiversity and keep water bodies clean. 

Learn how to brew compost tea, a nutritious treat for you soil and how to feed the soil biome. 

Since dragonflies live half of their lives in the water we need to protect their wetland habitats and keep chemicals and pesticides out.

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Zach Bush Workshop

Eat Dirt! And Thrive with Dr. Zach Bush
June 16, 2018
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
160 Atlantic Avenue, Amagansett NY 11930

The Overlooked Ingredient for Ultimate Health

Join us on Saturday, June 16th for a lecture and VIP meet and greet cocktail party with Dr. Zach Bush. Dr Zach, leading authority on the gut biome and human health, will discuss how to optimize you microbial health in a toxic world.

The lecture will take place at 4PM at the Amagansett Lifesaving Station Museum. A voluntary donation for the lecture will be taken at the door.

Following the lecture there will be a VIP cocktail party where you can meet Dr. Zach and talk health at Arthur Altschul's fabulous PRFCT landscape and Norman Jaffe designed home at 6PM. 

The cost of the VIP party is $150 and includes a reserved seat at the 4PM lecture. We will send you details on the cocktail party upon ticket purchase. We look forward to seeing you (and your trillions of microbes) there!

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7 / 2018

Soil Health Workshop

Open Garden Days: Digging Deeper
July 14, 2018
01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
962 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937

The Dirt on Soil Health

Digging Deeper 

Join toxin-free land care crusader Edwina von Gal to get all of the good dirt on soil health! It is the new frontier. Healthy soil means healthy, strong and resilient plants, no need for chemicals. Learn the importance of soil tests: how to send soil samples for testing and more importantly how interpret the results! Take a look into the guts of your garden as we explore the soil biome under the microscope. Learn all about the world of compost tea: how to make, how to know when it is good. Get familiar with the equipment, the process and the benefits of adding compost tea into your organic gardening routine by making your own or becoming an educated consumer.

Registration is Required, visit gardenconservancy.com to register for this event!

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