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Succession Planting

Succession Planting
Sunday, 18 August 2013 -
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Green City Grower's Office
600 Windsor Place
Somerville, MA

$48 NOFA Members; $60 Non-members


Farmer Tany will focus on how to grow as much food as possible in whatever space is available to you. By staggering your planting dates, learning which crops grow well together, and how to time your harvest, succession planting is the practice of making sure your garden produces a bounty all season long.

Workshop participants will walk away with the knowledge of how to continue to make the most of their gardening space as the season progresses into the late summer and fall weather.

Some of the topics covered will be:

  • Understanding New England Weather
  • Choosing Seeds and Seedlings
  • Creating a Crop Map
  • Succession Planting

About the Instructor:

Tany HorganTany Horgan is the Director of Client Services and Lead Farmer at Green City Growers. Tany received a degree in Plant, Soil, and Insect Sciences concentrating in Sustainable Agriculture from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Prior to being hired at GCG in 2011, Tany worked at The Food Project and Cape Cod Organic Farm. Over the past two years at GCG, Tany has focused her time developing GCG’s education curriculum, client services and staff training process. During GCG’s off season, Tany runs a youth development snowboarding program through The Chill Foundation. Tany’s interest in community food systems and food justice drives her work at GCG through connecting people to dirt and delicious produce.


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