Gardening Classes with Franklinton Farms this Spring @ Columbus Library – Franklinton Branch

The seed starting class on Thursday March 19th has been cancelled following the University policy regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 

 

There are two classes scheduled this spring in partnership with Franklinton Farms to support the Buckeye ISA project.  You do not have to be a participant in the project to attend, the classes are free and open to the public.  If you have children under 8 years old in your family and you like to garden however, there are some benefits of materials and education provided by the project.  Let me know if that is of interest.  Bring your friends and your questions and see you at the Franklinton Branch of Columbus Public Library.

CLICK HERE to view, download, or print the flyer –> Franklinton ISA Flyer 2020 Classes

2 thoughts on “Gardening Classes with Franklinton Farms this Spring @ Columbus Library – Franklinton Branch

    • Julie,

      The majority of my work is serving Franklin County residents as an Extension educator out at the neighborhood and community level to mitigate client resident transportation, time and monetary barriers. That said, I did classes at Thompson Library last year and would be happy to do that again if they approach me. I would be happy to come to your department to teach a gardening class if you can arrange a crowd and a room as well so that is one option. I did classes on local food production at 52 different neighborhood locations last year so I am hopeful that I had some close by your neighborhood. Feel free to subscribe to Growing Franklin so that you get immediate updates on classes and events. I use On Campus periodically but not exclusively to publicize.

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