Bainbridge Community Garden

Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County for a 4-week, free, webinar series teaching the basics of gardening from seed starting to reaping what you sow.

Introduction to Gardening Webinar Series

Are you self-isolating because of COVID-19? Join the club! With the right mindset - and our gardens - we’ll get through this. This enforced time at home is the perfect opportunity to get outside, enjoy the sunshine and start a garden! Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County for a 4-week, free, webinar series teaching the basics of gardening from seed starting to reaping what you sow.

Planning Your Garden - May 5, 5:00-6:00pm

If you’re new to gardening—and even if you’re not—starting your garden can feel overwhelming. The good news is you don’t have to be a master gardener to create a garden plan that yields a healthy harvest.

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Seed Starting - May 12, 5:00-6:00pm

Learn how to start your own plants from seed - indoors & out. From preparing to sow the seeds all the way to final steps before planting outdoors

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Building Soil and Composting – May 19, 5:00-6:00pm

Discover how to turn kitchen scraps and yard waste into nutrient rich compost. Learn several compost management tips as well as how to build healthy soils for an abundant garden.

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Pest and Disease Management – May 26, 5:00-6:00pm

Learn how to identify and treat common diseases and pest problems in the vegetable garden using natural and organic methods.

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Contact

Alexis Woodcock
Grow Cook Serve Program Coordinator
asw239@cornell.edu
(607) 334-5841 ext. 1120

Last updated April 30, 2020