Planning Your Space: Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your High Altitude Vegetable Garden


Free Event | Registration for this event has closed. Sign up for the recording of this event, and tune in LIVE on Facebook

Presented by High Country Conservation Center and Summit County Library

Proper planning is one of the keys to getting the most out of a short-season garden. In this virtual workshop, Summit CSA Farmer and high altitude growing expert Kyla Laplante will offer tips on how to plant garden space for your family size and how to choose vegetable varieties that thrive in Summit County’s mountain environment. Attendees will also learn about timing the harvest and succession planting to make your garden more productive in a short growing season. This workshop is geared to gardeners of all levels and those new to Summit County’s growing environment.

Registration for this event has closed: Sign up to receive the recording of this event and tune in LIVE on Facebook. 

Remember, community garden space is available through High Country Conservation Center, so even if you don’t have vegetable beds at home, you can grow your own food all summer long.

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  • Colleen Goettelman

    I need to cancel my spot and don’t see where to do that. Colleen Goettelman. Thank you

    • hccc

      Hi Colleen – no problem. Please reference the very bottom of your confirmation email. The last line has a link to cancel. “You can cancel your registration at any time.” If you would like to receive a recording of the workshop there is an updated form on the event page to do so. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

  • Kate P Zander

    When I go to join the Facebook live event the link just circle s back to this page. Will it change at 10am?

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