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Beginner Bike Maintenance: How to Fix a Flat

Bike Container

Want to take your biking to the next level? In this 1-hour, hands-on class, you can get practice on how to fix a flat, patch, and make a repair. Registration in advance is required.   The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is hosting FREE biking days at Bartram’s Garden through the end of November. Come ride the Bartram Mile trail!  

Clean waterways: How we can protect the Delaware Watershed

Triple Bottom Brewing 915 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA

How do our actions in the city and suburbs affect our waterways? We may think of the shore as a drive away, but our actions along the river connect us to the oceans around us. Stormwater runoff, wildlife and fish are a few things that connect us to the waterways around us. Learn about how local nonprofits, fishmongers and others are engaging the public, are restoring the health of local fisheries, and how we can protect our waterways. Speakers: Lance Butler, Philadelphia Water Jamē McCray, Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River Bryan Szeliga, Fishtown Seafood Program agenda: 5:30-6


Goldenrod Herbal Studies: Immune System Herbs Materia Medica

Bartram’s Garden Conference Room 5400 Lindbergh Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA

  ​Do you… Want to expand and deepen your understand of some of the primary herbs to keep in your home apothecary? Want to study herbal medicine with others, in person?  Have a hard time finding reliable, well sourced info when trying to research herbal medicine online?  Want to know the best way to use each herb and what dosage to take Enjoy lecture-style learning? The Immune System Herbs Materia Medica workshop is part of the Goldenrod Herbal Studies series, taught by Clinical Herbalist Kelly McCarthy of Attic Apothecary. This workshop is divided into two days: December 3-4, 9am-3pm. It can

Ecological Gardening: The Basics

morris arboretum 100 E Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia, PA

Ecological Gardening: The Basics Bess Trout Content and Production Specialist, Tyler Arboretum Have you ever looked at your backyard garden and wondered if there was a way to manage everything more sustainably? Do you feel like you are working against nature instead of alongside it? Join us to learn more about the process of ecological gardening, a practice that gives gardeners the power to effect real environmental change—right from your own backyard. We’ll discuss how you can build soil health, conserve water, recycle nutrients and create an ecosystem that will support local wildlife. The environmental challenges we currently face may