Calendar

March
Saturday
9
Alameda, CA

In collaboration with the Alameda Library, ABG is offering a Free Seed Starting Workshop at the Main Alameda Library at 1550 Oak Street. Space is limited so come early. Instruction and supplies will be provided soon.

 

March
Sunday
24
Albany, CA

Learn about medicinal herbs. There will be a $5 suggested donation to benefit the Farm. (10 am –12 noon but people may stay longer to volunteer.) Registration is required and the link, along with instructions and what to bring, will be provided soon.

March
Saturday
30
Castro Valley, CA

Perennials are the perfect foundation for your edible or permaculture gardens. Learn the many benefits of perennials and how to add them to your landscape. Topics will include perennial types, when and how to plant, propagation and maintenance. 

April
Saturday
6
, CA

Save water, lower the amount of time you spend working in your garden (or the amount you pay for maintenance), invite birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects to your garden, support local ecology, and reflect the natural splendor for which California is known by gardening with California nativ

April
Sunday
7
, CA

Save water, lower the amount of time you spend working in your garden (or the amount you pay for maintenance), invite birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects to your garden, support local ecology, and reflect the natural splendor for which California is known by gardening with California nativ

April
Saturday
13
Pleasanton , CA

On April 13-14, 2024, we'll be hosting our annual "Incredible Edible Plant Sale," a favorite home gardeners' event, where you can get vegetable starts for your spring planting. From vibrant tomatoes to piquant peppers—we'll have over 100 varieties of veggies!

April
Sunday
14
Pleasanton , CA

On April 13-14, 2024, we'll be hosting our annual "Incredible Edible Plant Sale," a favorite home gardeners' event, where you can get vegetable starts for your spring planting. From vibrant tomatoes to piquant peppers—we'll have over 100 varieties of veggies!

May
Saturday
4
, CA

Save water, lower the amount of time you spend working in your garden (or the amount you pay for maintenance), invite birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects to your garden, support local ecology, and reflect the natural splendor for which California is known by gardening with California nativ

May
Sunday
5
, CA

Save water, lower the amount of time you spend working in your garden (or the amount you pay for maintenance), invite birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects to your garden, support local ecology, and reflect the natural splendor for which California is known by gardening with California nativ

May
Tuesday
14
Dublin, CA

Pests are an unfortunate, but manageable part of the gardening experience. Participants will learn easy and budget-friendly non-toxic pest control techniques to help tackle and prevent typical garden pests. 

May
Saturday
18
Castro Valley, CA

Come and learn how easy it is to transform your yard waste and food scraps into “gardeners’ gold”. The benefits of making and using compost are many: recycling resources, saving money and water. This workshop will teach you to make, harvest and use this valuable soil amendment in your garden.