The Plant Exchange is a gardening community and celebration in Oakland which encourages reuse, recycling, resource sharing, and information exchange.
Wondering how the EBMUD community is doing to meet the Water Conservation Act of 2009? California Senate Bill x7-7 requires urban areas to reduce water consumption 20 percent from baseline levels by the year 2020. EBMUD Manager of Water Conservation Richard Harris, will review Senate Bill x7-7 a
Compost is gardening gold and at this workshop you can learn how to make it yourself–worm castings–the best organic fertilizer around and backyard compost–a boost for any soil type.
Your garden can be a mini-carbon farm helping to mitigate climate change. StopWaste staff, Tommy Fenster, will share how to use compost along with other gardening practices to turn gardens into Bay-Friendly landscapes that effectively store carbon.
Choose from a huge selection of California native plants at the annual spring sale to benefit the Garden.
Your Source For Exceptional Plants! Buy rare cycads and palms, carnivorous plants, succulents, subtropicals, houseplants, and a wide selection of drought-tolerant plants from around the world.
Herbs are easy to grow and pack a punch in your kitchen but are also great for your health. This workshop will cover herbs that do well in the Bay Area, in gardens big and small.
Are you and renter who wants to garden? This class can help you navigate small spaces so you can! Topics will include: container gardening, working with your landlord, gardening indoors, free/low cost resources, reuse options and maintaining your garden.
This talk will outline how you can easily convert your lawn to a garden without ripping out the grass.
Your garden can be a mini-carbon farm helping to mitigate climate change. StopWaste staff, Tommy Fenster, will share how to use compost along with other gardening practices to turn gardens into bay friendly landscapes that effectively store carbon.