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How to Grow/Pick/Preserve Service Berries
May 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Interested in growing more fruit in your yard? Come learn about Service Berries (also know as June Berries) in this informal lunch hour class. We’ll talk about ideal spaces to grow them, best varieties, and see examples of different bush and tree varieties in the Tiny Diner garden. We’ll also have plenty of samples for your to try! All your Service/June Berry questions will be answered. This is a kid friendly event.
Teacher information: Neal Baxter has been the coordinator of Bancroft-Meridian Garden for many years and is a board member on the neighborhood council.
Andrea Eger is the Education Coordinator at Tiny Diner and an organic farmer for the past 5 years. She first learned about permaculture in 2008 while working at a women’s collective farm in Guatemala and was instantly hooked. Since then, she has become a certified permaculture designer and has used her skills to design sustainable and resilient farming systems and businesses.