Alemany Farm

10th ANNUAL Harvest Festival – Saturday, October 25th!

By The Farm Team | October 16, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

It’s time to celebrate another year of productivity and community at Alemany Farm.  Since we gathered last October, we’ve harvested over 10,000 pounds of produce, all of which went—for free—to volunteers, neighborhood residents, or weekly donations to the Free Farmstand!  Not to mention the work we’ve continued to do stewarding our native plant areas, pond habitat, and herb garden.  And it’s all been done by volunteers like you!

So please come join us for our 10th ANNUAL Alemany Farm Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 25th, from 11am to 5pm!

Bring yourself, friends and family to enjoy activities for people of all ages:

- Face painting
- Garden tasks (we’ll be planting garlic for next summer’s harvest!)
- Farm tours
- Solar cooking demo
- Live acoustic music from KC and the Moonshine Band!

…and of course, FOOD:

As usual, we’ll have a delicious potluck picnic.  We’ll provide sustainably raised roasted pig, BBQ (including veggie options), beans, greens, and rice…and a tossed farm salad.

Please bring a snack, side, beverage, or dessert to share!
(And your own plate and utensils, if possible, to help reduce waste.)

And as usual…it’s free!  So please come out to the farm and share community with old friends and new friends.  We hope to see you there!

Check out the event flyer and spread the word!

Harvest Festival is co-sponsored by Friends of Alemany Farm and Alemany Residents Council.  Friends of Alemany Farm is grateful for the support of our fiscal sponsor, SF Parks Alliance.  Big thanks to BiRite Market and Zynga for their generous support for this event!

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In the meantime, you can always join us for these upcoming community work days. There’s always something to do, and all are welcome!

Sunday, Oct 19, Noon – 5pm (including work in our native plant areas)
Monday, Oct 20, 1pm – 5pm
Saturday, Oct 25, 11am – 5pm: HARVEST FESTIVAL
Monday, Oct 27, 1pm – 5pm
Sunday, Nov 2, Noon – 5pm

Find out more about community workdays on our Get Involved page.

Check out our new Volunteer Opportunities.

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm and urban gardening in San Francisco.

We hope to see you on the 25th!

The Farm Team

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This Saturday: Farm Tour & Butterfly Walk…with Snacks!

By The Farm Team | September 25, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

Come out to the Farm this Saturday, Sept. 27th at 11am as Amber Hasselbring from Nature in the City and Brett Stephens from Friends of Alemany Farm host a butterfly walk and farm tour. Alemany Farm, with its unique microclimates, natural water source, south east facing slope, orchard trees, herbs, and native plant garden make it an ideal place to see butterflies in San Francisco. Altogether, 22 different species have been sighted at the farm. You can see a few of them here.

The tour will start at 11am and end at 1pm. Suggested donation of $10, and free for all Nature in the City members (please bring your membership card!)

Afterwards, stick around and enjoy a prepared snack at the Farm’s outdoor kitchen.

And…it’s also a community workday, so you have an opportunity to help out with some farm chores and make a whole day of it!

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Upcoming community workdays:

Saturday, Sept 27 – Noon to 5pm
Monday, Sept 29 – 1pm to 5pm
Sunday, Oct 5 – Noon to 5pm (including work in our herb garden)
Monday, Oct 6 – 1pm to 5pm
Saturday, Oct 11 – Noon to 5pm

Find out more about community workdays on our Get Involved page.

Check out our new Volunteer Opportunities.

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm and urban gardening in San Francisco.

We hope to see or hear from you soon!

The Farm Team

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New Volunteer Opportunities!

By The Farm Team | September 19, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

First things first: Save the date—Saturday, October 25th—for Alemany Farm’s 10th Annual Harvest Festival. More details to come…

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Are you a regular volunteer at Alemany Farm’s community workdays? Do you come occasionally but would like to get more involved in keeping the farm thriving? Managing San Francisco’s largest food production site is a team effort that takes a lot of time and energy, but is also highly rewarding. And it’s all done by volunteers. Friends of Alemany Farm is an all-volunteer-run group, and we want to tap a little deeper into the interest and enthusiasm of the folks who come out to volunteer on our community workdays. We’ve created some new volunteer positions we’d like to fill, and we’re looking to you to fill them!

Whether you want to get more involved in farming or gardening itself, or have time and skills to contribute to other critical support and administrative roles, check out our list of available positions and contact us about your interest. We’d love to hear from you!

Here’s a sampling some of the opportunities to pitch in. Most are open to all levels of skill, and time commitments are flexible. We want to give you a chance to get more involved whether you have time every week, once a month, or just once in a while. (See the link below for more detailed descriptions.):

– workday assistants
– orchard work
– pathway maintenance
– greenhouse help
– weekly harvest
– fundraising
– special events

For more details, plus a full list, see our Volunteer Opportunities page on our website. We hope you’re inspired to be in touch.

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If you’re not up for a new volunteer opportunity quite yet, we have drop-in volunteer opportunities every week on our community workdays. Everyone is welcome. Upcoming workdays:

Sunday, Sept 21 – Noon to 5pm (including work in our native plant areas)
Monday, Sept 22 – 1pm to 5pm
Saturday, Sept 27 – Noon to 5pm
Monday, Sept 29 – 1pm to 5pm
Sunday, Oct 5 – Noon to 5pm (including work in our herb garden)

Find out more on our Get Involved page.

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm and urban gardening in San Francisco.

We hope to see or hear from you soon!

The Farm Team

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Learn about drought tolerant native plants, Sunday August 17

By The Farm Team | August 11, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

Join us for our final gardening workshop of the summer this Sunday. It’s a chance to delve into the timely topic of native plants, many of which are drought tolerant, and therefore increasingly suited to home gardens and yards. You’ll have a chance to explore the farm’s native plant areas with two of the folks who’ve helped create and maintain them. Learn about the wide variety and appeal of plants that are native to San Francisco and California, and how they can be adapted to your setting.

This weekend:

Native Plant Landscaping for the Bay Area
Sunday, August 17, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Instructors: Jim Cartan & Vicki Wilderman
This workshop will focus on how native plants can be used to enhance yards and gardens or other spaces. Join these experienced native plant stewards to explore the native areas at the Farm and learn about the benefits of and various uses for native plants. Bring your curiosity and your questions!
Jim Cartan is manager of Alemany Farm’s native plant demonstration garden,and Vicki Wilderman is a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.
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How to Register for the Workshop:

Send us an email at community.gardeners@gmail.com and tell us your name(s) and the name of the workshop you’d like to attend.

Suggested donation: $20 per person; no one turned away for lack of funds
Our workshop presenters are volunteering their time; all donations will benefit Friends of Alemany Farm via our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

You can make a donation on our online donation page. In the “in honor of” field on the donation form, please enter the name & date of the workshop you’re attending. (Alternatively, you can bring check or cash to the workshop. Checks should be payable to San Francisco Parks Alliance.)

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Join us for the following upcoming regular community workdays:

Sunday, August 17, Noon – 5pm
Monday, August 18, 1 – 5pm
Saturday, August 23, Noon – 5pm
Monday, August 25, 1 – 5pm
Saturday, August 30, Noon – 5pm

Find out more on our Get Involved page.

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm. We hope to see you soon!

The Farm Team

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Irrigation Workshop this Saturday!

By The Farm Team | July 15, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

There are just a couple of spaces left for this Saturday’s workshop on irrigation and water management, offered by our resident irrigation expert. Class size is limited—this is a great chance to focus in close and get practical knowledge on various irrigation systems in use at Alemany Farm, and then get some hands-on practice installing a small system. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions and learn how this can be applied to your own garden. And in next month’s workshop, you’ll have a chance to explore the farm’s native plant areas with two of the folks who’ve helped create and maintain them. Learn about the drought tolerant plants that are native to San Francisco and California, and how they can be used in various settings.

This weekend:

Irrigation & Water Management
Saturday, July 19, 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Instructor: John Stokes
Learn how to design, install, and maintain a low-volume irrigation system. See how we do it at the Farm. We will cover: options for low-volume garden irrigation (emitter line/drip tape/micro-spray); mist systems for greenhouses; small orchard layouts; considerations for zoning systems, including manual and automatic controls; basics of assembling a drip system; hands-on installation of a small system; soil moisture and watering schedules. Class size limited to 8 people.
John Stokes is a co-founder of The Urban Farmer Store and a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.

Coming up next month:

Native Plant Landscaping for the Bay Area
Sunday, August 17, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Instructors: Jim Cartan & Vicki Wilderman
This workshop will focus on how native plants can be used to enhance yards and gardens or other spaces. Join these experienced native plant stewards to explore the native areas at the Farm and learn about the benefits of and various uses for native plants. Bring your curiosity and your questions!
Jim Cartan is manager of Alemany Farm’s native plant demonstration garden,and Vicki Wilderman is a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.
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How to Register for Workshops:

Send us an email at community.gardeners@gmail.com and tell us your name(s) and the name of the workshop(s) you’d like to attend.

Suggested donation: $20 per person; no one turned away for lack of funds
Our workshop presenters are volunteering their time; all donations will benefit Friends of Alemany Farm via our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Advanced online donations are preferred. You can make a donation on our online donation page. In the “in honor of” field on the donation form, please enter the name & date of the workshop you’re attending. (Alternatively, you can bring check or cash to the workshop. Checks should be payable to San Francisco Parks Alliance.)

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Join us for the following upcoming regular community workdays:

Sunday, July 20, Noon – 5pm (including work in our native plant areas)
Monday, July 21, 1 – 5pm
Saturday, July 26, Noon – 5pm
Monday, July 28, 1 – 5pm
Sunday, August 3, Noon – 5pm (including work in our medicinal herb garden)

Find out more on our Get Involved page.

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm. We hope to see you soon!

The Farm Team

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Sunday July 6th: Water Gardening Workshop

By The Farm Team | July 3, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

If you’re in town for the holiday weekend, consider joining us at the farm for this workshop focusing on the benefits and uses of aquatic plants. It’s also a rare chance to do a little work in the farm pond! Join us for the workshop, then stay for the community harvest at the end of the workday.

Water Gardening
Sunday, July 6, Noon – 3:00 pm
Instructor: Brett Stephens

Aquatic plants not only enhance the look of your garden pond, but also create habitat for wildlife, help maintain healthy water, and can even be edible or medicinal. This workshop will discuss a variety of easy to grow aquatic plants for our climate. We will also have a hands on plant installation in the on-site pond, so come out and get your hands wet! (*Water-proof boots are encouraged but not necessary.)
Brett Stephens is co-owner/project manager of San Francisco Landscapes. He is certified in permaculture design, a Bay-Friendly professional, ARCSA accredited professional, and a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.

To register for the workshop, send us an email at community.gardeners@gmail.com and tell us your name(s) and the name of the workshop you’d like to attend.

There is a suggested donation of $20 per person; no one turned away for lack of funds. If you are able to make a donation, you may do so on our online donation page, or with cash or check at the workshop. Checks should be payable to our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance.

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You can also visit the farm for these upcoming community workdays:

Sunday, July 6, Noon – 5pm (including work in our medicinal herb garden)
Monday, July 7, 1pm – 5pm
Saturday, July 12, Noon – 5pm
Monday, July 14, 1pm – 5pm
Sunday, July 20, Noon – 5pm (including work in our native plant areas)

Find out more on our Get Involved page.

We hope to see you at the farm soon!

The Farm Team

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Summer is Blooming at the Farm

By The Farm Team | June 19, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

Don’t forget about the water-focused gardening workshops coming up in July. Details are below. (Please note: the irrigation workshop is on July 19, not the 20th, as was erroneously listed in an earlier email.) Considering we’re in the dry season of a serious drought year, these workshops can help you learn about caring for and utilizing water responsibly.

But coming up right away we have our regular community workday this Saturday, June 21st (Noon – 5pm). It’s also the summer solstice, which means it’s a little special, too. So we’ll be doing some summer garden chores, but then we’ll break a little early to enjoy some snacks and socializing in the farm’s new outdoor kitchen. If you’re around, please join us to mark the “height of the light” — work with us in the garden (which is blooming into summer lushness), then enjoy some refreshments and community in the kitchen later in the afternoon. If you’d like to bring a snack or beverage to share, you’re welcome and encouraged to do so, but it’s not necessary, as we’ll have some on hand, including some fresh farm fare.

If you can’t join us on Saturday, there are these other upcoming workdays:

Monday, June 23, 1pm – 5pm
Saturday, June 28, Noon – 5pm
Sunday, July 6, Noon – 5pm (including work in our medicinal herb garden)
Monday, July 7, 1pm – 5pm

Find out more on our Get Involved page.

If you need more incentive to join us, check out these lovely photos taken recently by an observant visitor to the farm.

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July Gardening Workshops:

Water Gardening
Sunday, July 6, Noon – 3:00 pm
Instructor: Brett Stephens
Aquatic plants not only enhance the look of your garden pond, but also create habitat for wildlife, help maintain healthy water, and can even be edible or medicinal. This workshop will discuss a variety of easy to grow aquatic plants for our climate. We will also have a hands on plant installation in the on-site pond, so come out and get your hands wet! (*Water-proof boots are encouraged but not necessary.)
Brett Stephens is co-owner/project manager of San Francisco Landscapes. He is certified in permaculture design, a Bay-Friendly professional, ARCSA accredited professional, and a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.

Irrigation & Water Management
Saturday, July 19, 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Instructor: John Stokes
Learn how to design, install, and maintain a low-volume irrigation system. See how we do it at the Farm. We will cover: options for low-volume garden irrigation (emitter line/drip tape/micro-spray); mist systems for greenhouses; small orchard layouts; considerations for zoning systems, including manual and automatic controls; basics of assembling a drip system; hands-on installation of a small system; soil moisture and watering schedules. Class size limited to 8 people.
John Stokes is a co-founder of The Urban Farmer Store and a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.

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How to Register for Workshops:

Send us an email at community.gardeners@gmail.com and tell us your name(s) and the name of the workshop(s) you’d like to attend.

Suggested donation: $20 per person; no one turned away for lack of funds
Our workshop presenters are volunteering their time; all donations will benefit Friends of Alemany Farm via our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Advanced online donations are preferred. You can make a donation on our online donation page. In the “in honor of” field on the donation form, please enter the name & date of the workshop you’re attending. (Alternatively, you can pay with check or cash at the workshop.)

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm. We hope to see you soon!

The Farm Team

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Upcoming Workshops & Thank You to Rebuilding Together

By The Farm Team | June 8, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

If you haven’t been to the farm yet this spring, you should come out and see the amazing work Rebuilding Together did on a number of projects on Rebuilding Day, April 26th. A team of about 70 energetic volunteers came out to work on several big projects, including completely rebuilding our footbridge and a stairway to the lower garden, reconstructing the doorway to our wheelbarrow bin, plus putting up the beautiful Alemany Farm sign designed and created by students from California College of the Arts. They also helped weed and mulch all of our lower orchard, and even left us with a nice improvised stone bench in the shade! All of this was done at no cost to us, and certainly much faster than we could ever have done it ourselves. Big big thanks to the volunteers from Rebuilding Together for choosing us as one of their projects, and for your incredible work at the farm!

One opportunity to spend some time at the farm soon would be these upcoming gardening workshops. In July you can delve into two different approaches to water management with these two knowledgeable instructors. Check out the descriptions below, along with info on how to sign up.

Water Gardening
Sunday, July 6, Noon – 3:00 pm
Instructor: Brett Stephens

Aquatic plants not only enhance the look of your garden pond, but also create habitat for wildlife, help maintain healthy water, and can even be edible or medicinal. This workshop will discuss a variety of easy to grow aquatic plants for our climate. We will also have a hands on plant installation in the on-site pond, so come out and get your hands wet! (*Water-proof boots are encouraged but not necessary.)
Brett Stephens is co-owner/project manager of San Francisco Landscapes. He is certified in permaculture design, a Bay-Friendly professional, ARCSA accredited professional, and a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.

Irrigation & Water Management
Saturday, July 19, 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Instructor: John Stokes
Learn how to design, install, and maintain a low-volume irrigation system. See how we do it at the Farm. We will cover: options for low-volume garden irrigation (emitter line/drip tape/micro-spray); mist systems for greenhouses; small orchard layouts; considerations for zoning systems, including manual and automatic controls; basics of assembling a drip system; hands-on installation of a small system; soil moisture and watering schedules. Class size limited to 8 people.
John Stokes is a co-founder of The Urban Farmer Store and a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.
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How to Register for Workshops:

Send us an email at community.gardeners@gmail.com and tell us your name(s) and the name of the workshop(s) you’d like to attend.

Suggested donation: $20 per person; no one turned away for lack of funds
Our workshop presenters are volunteering their time; all donations will benefit Friends of Alemany Farm via our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Advanced online donations are preferred. You can make a donation on our online donation page. In the “in honor of” field on the donation form, please enter the name & date of the workshop you’re attending. (Alternatively, you can pay with check or cash at the workshop.)

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Even if you can’t make it to a workshop, you can join us at one of our upcoming community workdays:

Monday, June 9, 1pm – 5pm
Sunday, June 15, Noon – 5pm (including work in our native plant areas)
Saturday, June 21, Noon – 5pm
Monday, June 23, 1pm – 5pm
Saturday, June 28, Noon – 5pm
Sunday, July 6, Noon – 5pm (including work in our medicinal herb garden)
Monday, July 7, 1pm – 5pm

Find out more on our Get Involved page.

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm. We hope to see you soon! (And we’re easier to find now, with our big beautiful sign in place by the entrance!)

The Farm Team

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Soil Fertility Workshop this Saturday!

By The Farm Team | May 7, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

Don’t forget about our first seasonal gardening workshop this Saturday at Alemany Farm. It’s all about soil, so come get your hands dirty and learn some fundamentals!

It Starts with the Soil: Composting 101 and Soil Fertility for Your Garden
Saturday, May 10, 11 am – 3 pm
Instructor: Jason Mark
If you want to have healthy plants, you need healthy soil. This workshop will cover the basics of maintaining soil fertility, including annual cover cropping, compost building, and soil testing.
Jason Mark is a co-founder of Alemany Farm and a veteran urban gardener.

To sign up: Send us an email at community.gardeners@gmail.com

There is a suggested donation of $20 per person; no one turned away for lack of funds. Our workshop presenters are volunteering their time; all donations will benefit Friends of Alemany Farm via our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Advanced online donations are preferred. You can make a donation on our online donations page. In the “in honor of” field on the donation form, please enter the name & date of the workshop you’re attending. (Alternatively, you can pay with check or cash at the workshop. Checks should be payable to our fiscal sponsor, San Francisco Parks Alliance, with Friends of Alemany Farm noted on the memo line.)

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If you can’t make it on Saturday, you can join us for one of these upcoming community work days:

Saturday, May 10, Noon – 5pm
Monday, May 12, 1 – 5pm
Sunday, May 18, Noon – 5pm (including work in our native plant areas)
Monday, May 19, 1 – 5pm
Saturday, May 24, Noon – 5pm

Find out more on our Get Involved page.

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm. We hope to see you soon!

The Farm Team

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Spring/Summer Gardening Workshops start May 10th!

By The Farm Team | April 25, 2014

Dear Farm Friends,

PLEASE NOTE: We will NOT have our regularly scheduled workday this Saturday, April 26. Join us on Monday, or the following Sunday, May 4.

Thank you to everyone who came out for our Earth Day celebration last weekend. Whether you came to do farm chores, make music, make food, lead fun activities, share your green technology, or just hang out and enjoy the farm, thanks for joining us and making it a special day! And what a great chance to break in our new outdoor kitchen with salad making, grilling, eating, socializing, and general community-making! We also want to thank our event co-sponsors: the Alemany Residents Council and the SF Professional Gardeners Association. Friends of Alemany Farm is also grateful for the support of our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance.

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Spring/Summer Gardening Workshops at Alemany Farm

We passed out flyers at our Earth Day event about our upcoming series of gardening workshops, and now we want to share it with you here. The first workshop is coming up soon on Saturday, May 10. Appropriately, it’s all about soil basics, which is a great place to start, no matter what the size of your garden or level of experience. (Or even if you just want to learn more about what it takes to grow the food we eat.)

Read about the upcoming May 10th workshop and the others in our lineup, along with how to register:

First up!:
It Starts with the Soil: Composting 101 and Soil Fertility for Your Garden

Saturday, May 10, 11 am – 3 pm
Instructor: Jason Mark
If you want to have healthy plants, you need healthy soil. This workshop will cover the basics of maintaining soil fertility, including annual cover cropping, compost building, and soil testing.
Jason Mark is a co-founder of Alemany Farm and a veteran urban gardener.

Water Gardening
Sunday, July 6, Noon – 3:00 pm

Instructor: Brett Stephens
Aquatic plants not only enhance the look of your garden pond, but also create habitat for wildlife, help maintain healthy water, and can even be edible or medicinal. This workshop will discuss a variety of easy to grow aquatic plants for our climate. We will also have a hands on plant installation in the on-site pond, so come out and get your hands wet! (*Water-proof boots are encouraged but not necessary.)
Brett Stephens is co-owner/project manager of San Francisco Landscapes. He is certified in permaculture design, a Bay-Friendly professional, ARCSA accredited professional, and a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.

Irrigation & Water Management
Saturday, July 19, 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Instructor: John Stokes
Learn how to design, install, and maintain a low-volume irrigation system. See how we do it at the Farm. We will cover: options for low-volume garden irrigation (emitter line/drip tape/micro-spray); mist systems for greenhouses; small orchard layouts; considerations for zoning systems, including manual and automatic controls; basics of assembling a drip system; hands-on installation of a small system; soil moisture and watering schedules. Class size limited to 8 people.
John Stokes is a co-founder of The Urban Farmer Store and a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.

Native Plant Landscaping for the Bay Area
Sunday, August 17, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Instructors: Jim Cartan & Vicki Wilderman
This workshop will focus on how native plants can be used to enhance yards and gardens or other spaces. Join these experienced native plant stewards to explore the native areas at the Farm and learn about the benefits of and various uses for native plants. Bring your curiosity and your questions!
Jim Cartan is manager of Alemany Farm’s native plant demonstration garden,and Vicki Wilderman is a volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.
________________

How to Register for Workshops:

Send us an email at community.gardeners@gmail.com and tell us your name(s) and the name of the workshop(s) you’d like to attend.

Suggested donation: $20 per person; no one turned away for lack of funds
Our workshop presenters are volunteering their time; all donations will benefit Friends of Alemany Farm via our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Advanced online donations are preferred. You can make a donation on our online donation page. In the “in honor of” field on the donation form, please enter the name & date of the workshop you’re attending. (Alternatively, you can pay with check or cash at the workshop.)

Thank you for your interest. We hope you’ll join us for a workshop (or a few)!

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Join us for the following upcoming regular community workdays:

Monday, April 28, 1 – 5pm
Sunday, May 4, Noon – 5pm (including work in our medicinal herb garden)
Monday, May 5, 1 – 5pm
Saturday, May 10, Noon – 5pm
Monday, May 12, 1 – 5pm
Sunday, May 18, Noon – 5pm (including work in our native plant areas)

Find out more on our Get Involved page.

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Thank you as always for your support for Alemany Farm. We hope to see you soon!

The Farm Team

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