Plant a Winter Garden 8.10.19

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Plant a Winter Garden 8.10.19

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Abundant winter gardens begin in the late summer! This introduction to the art and skills of extending your garden harvest into the winter and early spring will show you how easy it is.  Experienced gardener and farmer Jadyne Reichner will give a tour of the gardens at Oatsplanter Farm and share her techniques for  bed preparation, seed selection, planting, tending, harvesting, and storage.   Participants will work together to plant a small winter garden at the farm and leave with a “Winter Garden Kit” containing seeds and a condensed planting guide so you can “grow your own when you get home”.  

Saturday, August 10th:: Port Townsend, WA :: 9 am - Noon :: Ages-Adult (Minors may be allowed to attend if accompanied by a parent, please inquire first) :: $45 tuition + $10 materials fee :: Instructor Jadyne Reichner

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Jadyne Reichner followed 25 years of teaching Biology and Science in Washington with several other careers.   In 1996 she founded Purple Haze Lavender, an organic farm that blossomed into one of the most successful agri-tourism farms in Washington State.  After selling the business in 2004, she relocated to Port Townsend and worked with WSU Extension teaching courses in agricultural entrepreneurship and directing the Water/Beach Watchers program in Jefferson County.  Jadyne's passion for plants and seeds deepened while working as a board member and an operations manager for the Organic Seed Alliance in Port Townsend.  Since leaving OSA in 2010, Jadyne has worked at Oatsplanter farm to continue her seed and sustainability work.