Sep 20, 2022 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm PDT
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Centro Latino Americano’s (formerly Huerto de la Familia) garden staff will discuss the scope of the organization’s work, and how our seven (7) community gardens across Lane County create spaces for Latinx and immigrant families to grow their own organic produce and thrive together, in community. Staff will describe the services and resources provided to program members, as well as the ways our program members take on teaching and leadership roles in our community.
About the Presenters
Gatlin Alshuyukh is the Organic Garden Program manager. She is passionate about healthy, biodiverse soils and preserving family and cultural identity through growing your own food.
Elva Webster is the Garden & Community Engagement Coordinator. Originally from Michoacan, Mexico, Elva's passion is experimenting with growing traditional plant varieties from Mexico.
This seminar is sponsored by the Lane County Master Gardener Association (LCMGA). The LCMGA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization formed in support of the Lane County OSU Extension Master Gardener program.