Programs and Events
As NYS health and safety measures shift and allow for more flexibility, we are beginning to roll out in-person opportunities to welcome you back to the land. While many of these events will be smaller in capacity, we will try to offer as many opportunities as we can for you to join us. We will also continue to host digital events for you to learn and engage in our current work.
Check our current schedule of events below. We love our community and look forward to connecting with you again!
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Place: Cambridge Community Garden
Address: Washington St. Cambridge, NY
Please join ASA and mycologist Sue Van Hook for an in-depth discussion of soil health in your garden.
During this hands-on event, we will review how to collect a soil sample and interpret soil test results. You will learn techniques for observing changes in soil health that you can practice in your own gardens, including water infiltration, slake tests and sieving soil for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal spores. Sue will also discuss how practices such as planting diverse cover crops, minimizing tillage, mulching, and maintaining living roots in the ground can build soil health, and improve soil water holding capacity, nutrient availability, plant health and nutrient density.
Registration for this program is required. For questions, contact Janet Britt at Janet@agstewardship.org
Support for this program is generously provided by the Robert H. Wentorf Foundation, Inc. and by the following business sponsors.
Please provide names for all guests and email addresses if available.