Program taught by Maricopa County Master Gardener Jo Setliff
CHANDLER, Ariz. – Chandler Public Library’s Basha location presents its third program in its Life Hacks series, Introduction to Vegetable Gardening, on Saturday, March 18, 2017, 11 a.m.
Attendees will learn how to grow their own food, no matter what time of year it may be from Maricopa County Master Gardener Jo Setliff. Banker by day and green thumb crusader by night, Setliff will share tips and tricks to make vegetable gardening less overwhelming and more enjoyable.
“When I moved to the Valley in 2002, right away I signed up for the Master Gardener training program so I could garden responsibly in our desert climate,” says Setliff. “Growing your own vegetables can be incredibly satisfying. The results are fresh and healthy foods for your family and the joy of knowing you can grow your own food.
Chandler Basha Library is hosting four Life Hacks programs, now through May. Each program is led by experts who share their knowledge with attendees about how to make things like organizing, gardening, and budgeting a little easier and more effective, perhaps giving some time back in the day.
Registration for Introduction to Vegetable Gardening can be done at chandlerlibrary.org by finding the event on the Programs and Events calendar.