Join URI Master Gardener Sue Scotti for a lesson on the best way to start seeds inside your home this winter using household materials!
Susan Scotti has been a master gardener since 2004. She has led the vegetable greenhouse teams for over 15 years. Her passion for helping others has led to her role in harvesting at the demo gardens as well as training and ensuring food safety. She has been teaching since 2004 and her main class topics are seed starting, transplanting, and food safety in the garden.
Learn more about the entire SEEDLINGS series at provcomlib.org/seedlings.
SEEDLINGS: Free Virtual Workshops on Gardening & Food Justice
The Providence Seed Library, Providence Community Library, URI Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardener Program & Brown University Superfund Research Center have teamed up to bring you a six-part virtual series of workshops about food sovereignty and gardening presented throughout the winter. These workshops offer the opportunity to gain practical skills for new and experienced gardeners, and will also highlight the leadership of BIPOC farmers and educators in creating a just food system. Workshops will feature topics including urban gardening, seed saving, soil remediation, and food justice. Learn more about the entire SEEDLINGS series at provcomlib.org/seedlings.