SEPTEMBER 14 2013 – FIRST CEAC VOLUNTEER MEETING OF THE SEASON !
Please come join us and learn about growing plants without having to dig through all that caliche!
We grow hydroponically (working with water, not soil), so there are few problems with soil pests (grubs, diseases, etc.).
We’ll also hear about what members did over the Summer hiatus and all about the CEAC Teaching Greenhouse projects.
Come and give your ideas about presentations, tours and other activities for the coming year.
We’ll also have tours and free plants (tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and others from our Demonstration greenhouse).
Here is a link about what activities the CEAC Volunteers do and how they contribute to the community: CEAC Volunteers: Emissaries to the Community
When: Saturday, 14 September 2013, 11:30am for a social (bring your lunch) and 12:00 – 2:00 for the meeting
Where: UA / Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC)
1951 E. Roger Road
NE corner of Campbell & Roger
Head east on Roger from Campbell, take the first left into the Campus Ag Center & park.
Come to the big white building just to the north surrounded by native vegetation
Follow the red rock path along the east side to the entrance on the NE corner.
Who: Open to the general public
More Info: Dr. Pat Rorabaugh, CEAC Volunteer Coordinator