Huglekulture: the art of self-sustaining gardening

Auditorium, Stratford Public Library

19 St. Andrew St.

Stratford, ON

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In-person

Agriculture

Library

Nature & outdoors

Would you like fertile, well-aerated, drought-resistant garden soil that cleans up your yard too? You're in luck, fall is the best time to consider huglekulture, and we've got Msater Gardener Liz Sangster to tell you how it's done! Join us during Garden Culture Days for this informative workshop on creating a sustainable raised garden bed through huglekulture! Seating is limited to 25 people.

Fri 23 Sep
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Register for Huglekulture

This event is free.

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Stratford Public Library

Stratford Public Library is an equitable, safe, and welcoming community where everyone can explore, learn, create, connect, and be inspired. We are a place where hope and wonder fly. We envision a library which connects people, inspires learning, literacy and curiosity, and sparks change for a better community. We hope to enhance the user experience with empowering and inclusive programs, and lead global change with the local community, helping Stratford residents build the community they want to live in.

Location

19 St. Andrew St.

Stratford, ON

Mask-wearing is encouraged. Auditorium is accessible via the main stairway or the elevator from the bottom floor; enter via St. Andrew St or the back door off of the parking lot.

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.