Learn how to create your own kitchen garden

In a rapidly changing world, fraught with natural disasters and unexpected food shortages, what can you do to improve the environment and your own health? The answer may be as simple as starting a garden. Across America, millions of backyards contain the right ingredients to sustain the production of food. If you […]

In a rapidly changing world, fraught with natural disasters and unexpected food shortages, what can you do to improve the environment and your own health? The answer may be as simple as starting a garden.

Across America, millions of backyards contain the right ingredients to sustain the production of food. If you own a piece of land, you can do it.

Growing a small kitchen garden in an earth-friendly manner will improve your land, increase the biodiversity of your yard, and provide exercise, fresh air and healthy food for you and your family.

Master Gardener Laura Riley will give a lecture on making a kitchen garden at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug 17, at the Bartlesville Public Library in Meeting Room A.

Certified as a Master Gardener in both Texas and Oklahoma, Riley has been gardening over the past 25 years. Attendees to her lecture will learn how even a novice gardener can be successful growing food on a small scale. She will cover the essentials of successful planning, planting, growing and harvesting a kitchen garden, with specific advice on what works for her in her Oklahoma backyard.

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