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Gardening 101 with Katherine Oblock

June 17 @ 1:30 pm 2:30 pm PDT

In this workshop, Katherine Oblock will cover the gardening basics you need to know. Topics will include natural fertilizers, raised beds, the importance of pollinators, gardening hacks, barriers for pests, and handy tools. Whether you’re a beginner or want to brush up on your skills, this workshop is perfect for you!

Date: June 17th
Time:: 1:30 to 2:30
Location: Still Creek Community Garden

About Katherine Oblock

My career in the horticultural industry started 15 years ago with my studies of Agroecology at the University of British Columbia. Since then, I have worked in school-based garden education programs, urban farming projects, nursery sales and maintenance, workshop facilitation, and landscape maintenance. These experiences have given me a unique appreciation for the value of learning, growing, and sharing in the garden.

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The Disability Foundation and affiliated societies’ locations, programs, and events are inclusive and welcoming environments. Participation in any of the aforementioned organizations is subject to the observance of the Disability Foundation and affiliated societies’ rules and procedures. Staff, volunteers, and clients are part of a team and expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner. This means that physical harm, verbal or written abuse, harassment of any kind, and any bullying behaviour will not be tolerated. Anyone found to have committed conduct prohibited by the societies is subject to disciplinary actions as deemed fit by the Executive Director, up to and including removal from the programs.