Gardening with Physical Limitations Part 5: Garden Clean-Up and Preparing for Next Year
In this concluding session we will look back over the 2021 growing season and identify what worked and didn't work for people who engaged in home vegetable gardening across the state of Ohio. We will address how to use what we learned this year to plan for the next growing season. We will also provide tips for making garden clean up easier, safe, and identify what needs to be done to prep for next year. There will be time to ask the presenters about specific problems. Presenters Laura Akgerman and Pam Bennett.
Recordings of the previous sessions are or will be available on YouTube.
About the Everyone Can Garden! Series
Do you have a physical limitation such as mobility issues, chronic pain, arthritis, and skin sensitivities that constrains outdoor activity? Do you want to learn about how you can still enjoy gardening despite these challenges? OSU Extension and the CFAES Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion invites you to the 2021 Gardening with Physical Limitations Webinar Series Everyone Can Garden! Participants are welcome to attend one or more session between March and August. We will address the basics of planning and planting a vegetable garden, learn about basic maintenance, including pest management, canning and preservation basics, and finish with end-of-season clean-up and preparing for next year all while taking into consideration a variety of physical limitations. Each session is designed to be a stand-alone program, so feel free to attend as many or few as you want!
This webinar series is free and open to the public.
Recordings of all sessions will be posted on the CFAES DEI YouTube page. Currently, parts one and two are available.