The Organic Garden Club is dedicated to learning and teaching about principles and practices that promote successful earth-friendly living. We USUALLY meet on the last Tuesday of the month from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at the Newbury Park Library, 2331 Borchard Road, Newbury Park.  (The library allows us to reserve the meeting room for only three months at a time, so be sure to check this website for exact dates.) The meeting is free and open to the public. Sign in and welcome begins at 6:15 pm.

August 27 - Tuesday

This is our CROP SWAP meeting at the Newbury Park Library at 6:15-8:00pm. Bring your extra garden produce to share. You can cut it up for tasting or make a dish for a potluck. Please bring your favorite recipes to share also. It will be a wonderful evening for trying and learning new things and a great chance to talk with friends--new and old! We will have plates, forks and cups.

A local organic farmer has donated Sequoia organic strawberry "starts" and organic tomato seedlings: orange zinger, black cherry, green zebra, etc.  Your donation in exchange for plants will go into our school garden scholarship fund as well as the Channel Islands District lunch we are hosting spring of 2014.

Please keep in mind that the Newbury Park library parking lot is under construction and you will need to plan some extra time for parking.

September 25 - Wednesday

We will have a speaker on "Nutrition in the garden" at the Newbury Park Library 6:15-8:00 pm.

October 29 - Tuesday

6:30-8:30pm at Horizon Hills School multipurpose room, 33 Greta St., Thousand Oaks. Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks will speak on "Environmental Issues in Ventura County." We will have a walking tour of the school native garden and community garden from 6:40-7:00. Linda Parks will begin speaking at 7:15.

November 19 - Tuesday

Mark Matthews, landscape designer, will discuss "Designing Your Yard with Edibles," in-ground gardening and using aqua culture systems.

December 10 - Tuesday

6:30-8:30 our club Holiday Potluck for members and spouse or guest at the home of one of our members.

 

Come learn and grow with us!

Apple Blossoms

 

Guava Flowers

Features and benefits of our meetings:

Every meeting we enjoy free seeds, crop swap of home-grown veggies, free raffle for members, learning from fellow garden enthusiasts, field trips to nearby nurseries, farms and other places of interest to gardeners and much more.

Newbury Park Branch Library
2331 Borchard Rd.
Newbury Park.

LINKS TO SOME OF OUR FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS:

http://ipm.ucdavis.edu - University of California at Davis -- Pest Management

http://crfg.org - CRFG - California Rare Fruit Growers

http://conejogarden.org - Conejo Valley Botanical Garden