Extending the Season Webinar Resources

Presented to you by Vermont Community Garden Network, this webinar provides: tips from gardening expert Charlie Nardozzi on in-the-garden season extension techniques, inspiration on how to build and manage a community hoop house from Bethany Dunbar of Center for an Agricultural Economy and Hardwick Community Garden, and lessons from Olivia Brooks, Morgan Willis and Phyllis Arata-Meyers of Change the World Kids on how to start and run a root cellar.

Your webinar host is Libby Weiland, Statewide Network Coordinator for VCGN. Learn more about VCGN here. This webinar is a part of VCGN’s Grow It! trainings and networking opportunities for garden leaders—focused on how to support gardeners and manage gardens. The webinar and webinar viewing parties were made possible thanks to support from RiseVT, Hunger Mountain Co-op, and the Bay and Paul Foundations.

FYI: The webinar intro is not included in the following recording, but the recording begins just as our presenters are getting started!

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Season Extension Resources – from Charlie Nardozzi

The Winter Harvest Handbook: Year Round Vegetable Production Using Deep-Organic Techniques and Unheated Greenhouses, Eliot Coleman

Season Extending webinar handout, with tips & links, Charlie Nardozzi

“Extending the Season in Your Garden” video (below) – with Charlie Nardozzi for the Vermont Community Garden Network

Hoop House Resources – from Hardwick Community Garden

Tips for Researching How to Build a Hoop House, Hardwick Community Garden

Templates & Resources for Hoop House Comparison, Hardwick Community Garden

Root Cellar Resources – from Change the World Kids

Root Cellaring: The Simple No-Processing Way to Store Fruits and Vegetables, Mike and Nancy Bubel

The Joy of Keeping a Root Cellar, Jennifer Megyesi

“Grow Some: Feed Many” brochure, Change the World Kids

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