Learn how to garden at high altitude

JACKSON, Wyo. — Slow Food in the Tetons is offering one free online video every week until mid-September in its Six Weeks of Slow Food Series to inspire you to eat within our local food system.

This week, learn tips from Brent Tyc (Huidekoper Ranch) and Lori Clark-Erickson (Blair Garden) on how to plant, grow and care for soil to maximize a high altitude harvest, including strategies specific to community gardens locally available supplies and resources.

The Jackson Hole Community Gardens are celebrating their first season as a program of Slow Food in the Tetons. Providing access to growing space, green space, gardening expertise and a supportive community are welcome extensions of the work Slow Food does to strengthen the local food system and the people it supports.

Now more than ever is a critical time to build a stronger, healthier and more resilient food system. One way you can help is by watching these videos! If you support the work of Slow Food in the Tetons, please remember to donate through Old Bill’s Fun Run.



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