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Phone: 303.292.9900
Fax: 303.292.9911
Email: dirt@dug.org

1031 33rd Street
Suite 100
Denver, CO 80205 

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 Vegetable Garden Troubleshooting Workshop

 

Join Denver Urban Gardens and CSU Extension for a horticulture-filled weekend designed to help you troubleshoot your garden for a bountiful season! Topics include helpful & harmful pests, soil, diseases & more. The workshop agenda can be found here. Registration is $40 for the weekend, and scholarships are available. This workshop will take place April 11th & 12th. Registration can be found here!  

 

 

Find out more about Denver Urban Gardens' events and workshops here!


 

Helping Kids Get Healthy

A Workshop Series for Youth Educators 

These unique workshops are designed for teachers and volunteers who work in youth education programs that focus on nutrition and gardening. Join DUG’s Education Team to learn different ways to use your school garden and how to teach hands-on lessons in organic gardening and nutrition. Each workshop highlights unique, seasonally-appropriate lessons from DUG's School Garden and Nutrition Curriculum. 

Panel Discussion: Engaging Students and Community in the School Garden - Thursday, March 5th
Learn best practices for engaging community and developing learning opportunities for students in the school gardens from on-the-ground experts in the DUG and Slow Food Denver networks. 

We will offer ten workshops in 2015. Register for each one individually, or purchase a 5-workshop punchcard good for any of the ten workshops. Click here to see a full list of our 2015 workshops! 


Community Gardens and Health

Since 2004, Denver Urban Gardens and the Colorado School of Public Health have worked together, through the Gardens for Growing Healthy Communities (GGHC) community-based research initiative, to explore how gardens, as neighborhood places, support healthy living. In short, the results of this research partnership have shown what community gardeners have known all along- that community gardens are good for neighborhoods!

Click here to learn more about this important research.