Upcoming Events

Gardening with Kitchen Scraps Skillshare

Cartoon Infographic of vegetables and plants. Title: ONEIG workshop: Gardening with Kitchen Scraps. Text surrounding title: Regrowing vegetables, manures, germination tips and tricks, reusing containers. April 6th at 7pm using the link from your member email.
Gardening with Kitchen Scraps Skillshare

Spring is around the corner (warm sunny days are coming!) and it's time to start thinking about our gardens. 

Please join ONEIG via Zoom on Wednesday, April 6 from 7-8:00 p.m. for our skillshare on growing your own food with kitchen scraps and items you can repurpose from your home. 

The first 45 minutes will be informative with educational information and step-by-step directions on how to start your own garden at home. The last 15 minutes are available for questions and discussion.

To be prepared to start your garden with us in real time, gather the following items from your home:

  • From seeds: seeds, soil, a container such as strawberry container and a marker;
  • OR regrow: root end of a vegetable, a cup, skewers, and water

Register NOW!

We look forward to having you join us!

Your ONEIG team 

P.S. We know that you all have amazing skills that are valuable to share! Please consider coordinating a skillshare with an eco-focus with ONEIG- email us at oneigrnao@gmail.com

 

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