Kim Berg and Kathe Kitchens of Belton teach a class on organic gardening Monday night at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
Nicole Legg, left, gets instructions from presenter Kim Berg at the organic gardening class held Monday night at Harker Heights Activities Center.
George and Jenny Wankmuellor learn the basics of organic gardening at a class Monday night at Harker Heights Activities Center. The class was part of the Gardener’s Education Series sponsored by the city's parks and recreation department.
Posted: Saturday, May 18, 2013 4:30 am
Posted on May 18, 2013
HARKER HEIGHTS — Organic gardening is a relatively simple process that pays off with a healthier, tastier harvest. That’s what gardeners of all skill levels learned at an organic gardening class Monday at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
The class, taught by Kathe Kitchens and Kim Berg of Bestemore Herb Farm in Belton, was part of the Gardeners Education Series sponsored by the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department.
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