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Reminder: Seed Starting Event Wed

21 Feb
If you’re planning to join CVEarthlab in the community room Wed eve, you’ll need empty soda/water/gatorade bottles (1.5 to 2 liter work best) as well as potting soil. Organic potting soil is preferred for anything edible you may transplant into CV’s raised beds.
We’ll supply organic, no2-Liter-SIP-3.9-300-dpi-dkong-260x195n-GMO seeds plus wicking and labeling material. Wednesday’s event takes place in the community room from 6:30 to8pm. RSVP to cvearthlab@gmail.com by Monday 2/22.
Learn more about planting in self-watering containers here. Thanks!
All CV residents are welcome to become members of the 2016 communal garden. We ask that members donate $25 per household plus contribute time and muscle watering and maintaining the space this season. Checks can be made to CVOI* and left in the office or picked up from your doorman. Contact cvearthlab@gmail.com or come to the event to learn more.
Why join? The season lasts from March to October, even November, and you’ll enjoy the friendly, community spirit plus fresh flowers, herbs and veggies from late spring to late autumn. Last year we were picking basil, parsley, sage and ground cherries, kale and bush beans well after Halloween! 2016 is going to be a great year for the garden–join us!
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Sunday, 11:45am, in the Community Room: Seed-Starting Workshop

4 Feb
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Free Seed-Starting Workshop: Sunday Feb 8th, 11:45am, Community Room

24 Jan
March 2012

March 2012

It’s time to conjure up Spring! Join CVEarthlab members in the community room on Sunday February 8th between 11:45am and 1:15pm to start seeds in sub-irrigated planters.

We’ll supply organic, non-GMO vegetable seeds and flower seeds plus wicking and labeling material; bring your own potting soil, a pair of scissors and a few empty 1.5-2 liter water bottles. You’re welcome to bring your own seeds; please note we’re focusing on organic, non-GMO plants and pollinator-friendly materials. To that end, we aim to transplant organic, non-GMO plants into the CVEarthlab garden and to avoid use of chemical pesticides.

Will you join CVEarthlab for the new season? All CV residents are welcome to become members of the 2015 communal garden. We ask members to donate $25. and 3 bags of mulch (per household), plus contribute time and muscle watering, tending and maintaining the space over the course of the season. Checks can be made out to CVOI.  Learn more here.

RSVPs appreciated!  Send a note to cvearthlab@gmail.com or post a comment here by Sunday morning, please. Thanks!

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