Part of lecture series at River Center on Beacon’s Waterfront
During March, Scenic Hudson continues hosting presentations that share information about the group’s Foodshed Conservation Plan, a blueprint for ramping up local agriculture through preserving farmland, with the presentation “Soil Regeneration to Help Your Garden,” from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 3 at the River Center at Scenic Hudson’s Long Dock Park in Beacon.
Scenic Hudson hosts farmer Benjamin Banks-Dobson of Stone House Farm in Livingston, who will talk about the importance of maintaining healthy topsoil for farming and gardening. Soil easily can be depleted of organic matter that is vital for providing plants and vegetables with much-needed nutrients. Learn how to enrich your soil to make your garden thrive. Information will be displayed about Scenic Hudson’s Foodshed Conservation Plan.
For more information, visit scenichudson.org. To RSVP, contact Anthony Coneski at email@example.com or 845-473-4440, ext. 273.
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