Gardening With Heritage Ducks
By The Grit Staff | Apr 10, 2018
DECORAH, Iowa — If you’re curious about putting ducks to work in your garden, head to Heritage Farm on June 2 for the “Gardening with Heritage Ducks” workshop hosted by Seed Savers Exchange. Led by facilities manager Jim Edrington, the workshop will cover the ins and outs of gardening with ducks, including pest control, weeding, choosing the best breeds for your garden needs, and more. Following the workshop, attendees will be given an in-depth garden tour of the Heritage Farms gardens and learn about the history of Seed Savers Exchange.
Register for the workshop at www.SeedSavers.org.
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