Bountiful Gardening at Rooting DC
12:30pm-1:30pm, Saturday, March 3
Woodrow Wilson High School, Room 304,  
3950 Chesapeake St NW, Washington, DC 20016

Slow Food DC’s own Ibti Vincent and Mark Haskell will be at this year’s Rooting DC to talk about bountiful gardening.  Are you curious about interplanting, succession planting, things you only need to plant once, and other growing practices to maximize what you grow in limited urban growing spaces? Then this is the workshop for you!

Rooting DC is a FREE, all-day urban gardening forum that provides education about urban agriculture and food systems, cultivates health and protection of the environment, and builds community. The program includes dozens of interactive workshops, cooking and food preservation demonstrations, and panel discussions. The event hosts 60+ green businesses and non-profits from throughout the region at an Information Fair. Sessions will run from 10:00am to 4:00pm, with food trucks providing lunch options from 11:00am to 2:00pm.



2 thoughts on “Events

  1. Kathy Sykes

    I believe there is a mistake for the event at the Bowen Farmstead. Is if Saturday of Sunday? The 23rd is a Sunday? My husband and I just joined the DC chapter and were thinking about coming. Thank you, Kathy Sykes

  2. Nina Craig

    Bring #the Siouxchef to DC. How to cook with indigenous foods from the woods, the bay, the meadows. No butter, salt pepper.


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