The Capital High School Horticulture Program has starter plants to donate to Community Gardeners, while supplies last. If you are interested contact Ray Wilmot at 854-4590 or email@example.com to arrange a pick up time. Or stop by the Capital High School greenhouse M-F 8:00am-1:30pm with verification that you represent a community garden. Plants include tomato, squash, peppers and cantaloupe.
The Idaho Eastern Oregon Seed Association (IEOSA) is partnering with Idaho Community Gardens, a program of The Idaho Foodbank, to provide gardens seeds to those who grow food and feed the hungry in our state. If you are school or community garden in Idaho, you can get free seeds for your effort! Simply submit your request directly to Roger@amgidaho.com. Please include the amount and type of seeds you need for your garden, as well as the name of your organization, a contact name, your mailing address, phone number and email address.
Idaho’s seed industry ships to every continent except Antarctica, but our growers want to help their neighbors right here at home. One community garden at a time.
A screening of the film Heart and Soil, will be held this Saturday, May 19th at The Flicks. Heart and Soil is a 2008 film festival winner that will take the viewer on a journey through the lives of farmers and gardeners working and living connected to the land.
What: Screening of Heart and Soil Presented by: Franz Witte Benefiting: Boise Urban Garden School When:May 19th, 2012 Where: The Flicks
646 Fulton Street
Boise ID 83702 Cost: Adult Tickets $15 Youth Tickets $12
Reception and wine tasting at 2:00
Film Screening at 3:00
Expert panel discussion following the film
moderated by: Guy Hand
Boise Urban Garden School (BUGS) will be holding its free Introduction to Organic Gardening classes April 23rd and 26th. The classes are geared to community members who are participating or want to participate in the “Grow a Row” program. The “Grow a Row” program is part of “Let’s Move Boise’s” push to help increase access to fresh and nutritious food for Idahoans.