Saturday, April 4, 2020


By growing your own vegetables, you'll enjoy food security plus the benefits of getting outside, working the soil, and eating fresh produce. 

Under normal circumstances, the Clatsop County Master Gardeners Association would be partnering with host agencies to offer the Seed to Supper program to teach vegetable gardening on a budget. As a substitute for in-person programming, they're offering a series of posts on starting a vegetable garden. This science-based information comes from the Seed to Supper program, developed by the Oregon Food Bank. 

Click here for the first post, then check the blog archive for additional posts. 

Through the end of April, OSU is also offering its vegetable gardening class for free online (a $45 value).