MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ (March 21, 2023) – In its continuing effort to make the Seed to Supper gardening program more accessible, the Mohave County Department of Public Health’s AZ Health Zone will present the series virtually. “The goal is to make attending Seed to Supper as practical as possible. An online opportunity opens the door for individuals unable to come in-person,” said Zen Mocarski, health education specialist with AZ Health Zone.
Presentations will take place on April 5, 12, and 19, from 6-8 p.m. Each week includes two, separate one-hour presentations. Those interested should email email@example.com. A link will be sent about a week before the first presentation. All relevant materials will be emailed as Word or PDF files.
Individuals wishing to participate will require the Teams app. A desktop or mobile version is available in the App Store on an Apple device and Play Store on Android. For a PC, visit microsoft.com and search for the Teams download..
The classes are a progression, designed for one to build on the other.
The free, three-week series will take participants from vegetable/fruit garden development to harvest. The program can benefit first-time gardeners and those with more experience. here are challenges to gardening in Mohave County,” Mocarski said. “Our hope is to break down barriers people face to growing their own great-tasting, healthy food.”
AZ Health Zone will conduct in-person programs in Bullhead and Lake Havasu cities in June and July, respectively.