No-Till Gardening Class

No-Till Gardening Class with Caleb Warnock
20 North Main Street, Alpine, Utah
Tuesday, March 31 2015,
7-9 p.m.
$29 Admit One or $39 Admit Two before midnight March 30.
($39 admit one at the door)

Each students gets 10 full-sized packets of seeds of your choice (pick up at class only) ($30 value!)

15 Reasons to never till your garden again!

1. Dramatically reduces the work required to garden.
2. Reduces weeding by 90 percent.
3. Allows you to establish a self-seeding garden.
4. Means you never need to purchase fertilizer again
5. Hugely cuts down on soil disease
6. Cuts down soil compaction
7. Dramatically increases natural soil fertility.
8. Makes a 100 percent organic garden practical.
9. Makes gardening physically accessible
10. Makes permaculture truly possible - no gas, no tiller
11. Make a garden honestly sustainable
12. Make gardening easier for beginners and experienced growers, the physically disabled, seniors, children, families.
13. Increases yields
14. Makes a larger garden possible with less work
15. Makes gardening less expensive

In this class you will learn how to:

  • Using No-Till To Reduce Weeds by 90 Percent
  • Creating A Self-Seeding No-Till Garden
  • Never Purchase Fertilizer Again
  • Using No-Till for All-Natural Disease Control
  • Organic Gardening Made Practical & Simple
  • The Honestly Sustainable, Permaculture, No-Till Solution
  • Three Methods of No-Till Gardening (ground, raised, hugelkultur)
  • Creating Naturally Healthy, Fertile Garden Soil
  • Caleb’s Recipe for Free, Homemade Fertilizer
  • Converting an Existing Garden to the No-Till Method
  • Questions and Answers


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    Here are a few gardening hints that you might find helpful:

    1- Begin with small-scale gardening.
    2- Check for a soil and drainage system in the container.
    3- Make sure your plants are getting adequate sunlight.
    4- Look for plants that are less difficult to cultivate.

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