*Due to unforseen circumstances, this class will be rescheduled to a future date. All participants have been notified. Thank you for your understanding.
A garden should be safe for everyone, especially kids and pets. Of the 6 toxins found in a garden, the very last one is plants. Join instructor Frank Niccoli and your fellow Gamble Hort Geeks to find out the other five that you should know. Frank will talk about the different harmful agents and what you can do to make your garden safe for all creatures big and small.
This class is suitable for adults. Masks must be worn by all class attendees.
$25 Member (use code IRIS) / $30 Non-member
Frank Niccoli has been a gardener for over 65 years and has a degree in horticulture as well as business psychology. Teaching as well as writing curriculum at Foothill College since 1999, he is the current program director of their horticulture program.
He has been in leadership positions with many California landscape associations receiving numerous awards and honors, and is in demand as an educator, researcher as well as consultant. The Oprah Winfrey Network selected him as one of the five across the United States whose small acts have a big impact on the sustainable health of the environment.
Frank teaches from the perspective of an environmentally sustainable contractor who had been in the business for 40+ years and with a passion for sustainability and environmental stewardship.