Thursday, August 23, 2018

Sunday August 26th from 8 am to Noon:
Sacramento's Organic Advocate, Steven Zien with Living Resources Company will will be a guest on Farmer Fred's garden radio talk shows from 8:00 am to 10 am on 1530 KFBK and from 10 am to noon on 650 KSTE. Fred and Steve plan to discuss getting your garden ready for fall soil renovation, changes in popular pesticide formulations you may not know about and much much more. You will not want to miss it. Got a garden or growing problem or question? Call in and we will do our best to answer your inquiry. As always listeners will have a chance to win a valuable prize just by answering the Garden Grappler. If you can't listen live over the airwaves, both programs will also be available streaming live on your favorite electronic device or later after the shows as a podcast. Links to the broadcast can be found at the Farmer Fred's garden radio talk shows webpage.


Sunday September 9th from 8 am to Noon:
Sacramento's Organic Advocate, Steven Zien with Living Resources Company will will be a guest on Farmer Fred's garden radio talk shows from 8:00 am to 10 am on 1530 KFBK and from 10 am to noon on 650 KSTE. Fred and Steve plan to discuss battling the garden pests of late summer among other timely topics. You will not want to miss it. Got a garden or growing problem or question? Call in and we will do our best to answer your inquiry. As always listeners will have a chance to win a valuable prize just by answering the Garden Grappler. If you can't listen live over the airwaves, both programs will also be available streaming live on your favorite electronic device or later after the shows as a podcast. Links to the broadcast can be found at the Farmer Fred's garden radio talk shows webpage.


Friday September 14th at approximately 11:00 am:
Sacramento's Organic Advocate, Steven Zien with Living Resources Company will be taking his dirty road show up the hill to Colfax. "It Is All About Our Soil" Steve's always popular presentation about terra firma will be part of the Colfax Garden Club's monthly meeting at the Sierra Vista Community Club, 55 School Street, in beautiful Colfax, California. Attend and you will discover the many benefits of a healthy Soil Food Web and how you can mange it to create healthy drought and pest resistant plants! Should be fun! Come join in and discover all the dirt about health soil. This presentation is rated E for entertaining and educational and is for everybody who likes plants.

Thursday September 20th from 8 am to 5 pm:
The first of three modules of the River-Friendly Green Gardener Training Program For Horticultural Professionals offered by EcoLandscape California/ReScape California will cover Building & Maintaining Healthy Soil as well as Turf Care. A healthy living soil is the key to beautiful, drought and pest resistant landscapes. Explore the wonders of Soil Food Web, how it works with your plants and techniques to encourage the assistance of this diverse population of plant friendlies. Unearth what fertilizers will encourage a healthy and diverse Soil Food Web as well as what fertilizers you need to avoid and why. Realize the differences between mulch and compost and how to best utilize each.
Soils expert and organic horticultural professional Steven Zien with Living Resources Company will educate and entertain you for much of the day with his Introduction to Soil Science and Fertilizer and Turf Care programs. 
This first Green Gardener Training Module is a must for any horticultural professional with the desire to improve their skills, maximize their time and labor efficiency, increase profits and stay ahead of the competition, all while providing superior, environmentally friendly horticultural services to your clients. With a fee of only $65 ($55 for EcoLandscape California members) a day of expert instruction (with all course materials included) you cannot afford to miss this unique educational opportunity. The class will be held at the Folsom Community Center, 52 Natoma Street, Folsom, CA.
For more information and to register go to the ReScape California events calendar webpage  (where you can also learn about Modules 2 and 3) or email: teresa@rescapeca.org. Space is limited so register early.  



Thursday October 4th from 8 am to 5 pm:
The second of three modules of the River-Friendly Green Gardener Training Program For Horticultural Professionals offered by EcoLandscape California/ReScape California will cover Mastering Efficient Irrigation. Learn how to achieve water efficiency through deign, components and maintenance.

This second Green Gardener Training Module is a must for any horticultural professional with the desire to improve their skills, maximize their time and labor efficiency, increase profits and stay ahead of the competition, all while providing superior, environmentally friendly horticultural services to your clients. With a fee of only $65 ($55 for EcoLandscape California members) a day of expert instruction (with all course materials included) you cannot afford to miss this unique educational opportunity. The class will be held at the Antelope Water Efficient Landscape Gardens, 7800 Antelope North Road, Antelope, CA.
For more information and to register go to the ReScape California events calendar webpage or email: teresa@rescapeca.org. Space is limited so register early
  



Thursday October 11th from 8 am to 5 pm:
The last of the three modules of the River-Friendly Green Gardener Training Program For Horticultural Professionals offered by EcoLandscape California/ReScape California will cover Plants in the California Landscape as well as Integrated Pest Management (IPM). Learn about plant structure, selection, installation, maintenance and Integrated Pest Management.  

California Department of Pesticide Regulation IPM Innovator Award winner and organic horticultural professional Steven Zien with Living Resources Company will educate and entertain you for the final portion of this last Green Gardener Training Module. 
This final Green Gardener Training Module is a must for any horticultural professional with the desire to improve their skills, maximize their time and labor efficiency, increase profits and stay ahead of the competition, all while providing superior, environmentally friendly horticultural services to your clients. With a fee of only $65 ($55 for EcoLandscape California members) a day of expert instruction (with all course materials included) you cannot afford to miss this unique educational opportunity. The class will be held at the Howe Community Park, 2201 Cottage Way, Sacramento, CA.
For more information and to register go to the ReScape California events calendar webpage or email: teresa@rescapeca.org. Space is limited so register early