Slow Food Live
Wednesday, September 30, 12pm PST/3pm EST
The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener with Niki Jabbour
Slow Food Live x Storey Publishing
The homegrown harvest doesn’t have to come to an end with the arrival of autumn. Award-winning author Niki Jabbour continues to harvest a wide assortment of vegetables and herbs in her fall and winter garden – and she lives in zone 5B in Halifax, Nova Scotia! In this presentation, Niki will share some of her favorite season extending devices like cold frames and mini hoop tunnels, as well as spotlight the best cold tolerant crops. Are you ready to learn how to be a year-round vegetable gardener?
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Participation through Zoom is generally free for anyone and streamed on social media. We will include how viewers can support the person or business in all promotions and during the webinar. Sessions are 30-45 minutes of teaching/speaking + 15 minutes for Q&A. Participants are live on video and able to ask questions in the chat, but not able to use their audio/microphones during the webinar. We’ll record each session so people can access the content at the times that work for them.
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