Bountiful Backyard Harvests: Mastering Sustainable & Organic Vegetable Gardening

march, 2024

28mar6:00 pmFeaturedBountiful Backyard Harvests: Mastering Sustainable & Organic Vegetable GardeningSteep Rock Association6:00 pm

Event Details

Thursday, March 28th at 6:00PM

This inspiring and educational presentation is tailored specifically for homeowners looking to cultivate their piece of Earth in a sustainable and eco-friendly manner while controlling the variety and quality of the food they eat. Discover the secrets of sustainable vegetable gardening in your own backyard, learning directly from Patrick Horan, a local organic farmer and passionate advocate for the continuance & preservation of local agriculture.

Patrick brings over 30 years of experience in practicing and promoting sustainable agriculture right in the heart of Connecticut. This engaging session will cover a wide range of topics, including soil health, composting, natural pest control, water conservation, as well as suggestions on the best crops to grow here in the northeast corner. Whether you are a seasoned gardener or just starting, you’ll gain valuable knowledge to make your garden a sustainable and nutritional oasis.

Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your backyard into a vibrant, eco-friendly space that nurtures both you and the environment. Register now and take the first step towards a greener, healthier future!

Register here


About the Speaker:
Patrick, along with his brother Quincy, owns and manages Waldingfield Farm, a certified organic vegetable operation in Washington, that specializes in heirloom varieties and cultivates between 25 and 30 acres of land each year. Waldingfield Farm employs a farmers market & CSA model, as well as some wholesale (Heirloom tomatoes, Winter squash) to supermarkets in the tri-state area. The farm enters its 35th season in 2024.


(Thursday) 6:00 pm


Steep Rock Association860 868 9131 116 Christian Street, New Preston, CT