Thursday, March 19, 2009

Gardening Seminar - Mesa, AZ


Special Guest Jim Kennard, Master Mittleider Gardening Instructor

President of the Food for Everyone Foundation

International teacher of the Mittleider Method “BEST OF ORGANIC gardening method

Jim is Humanitarian Missionary for the LDS church and travels WORLD-WIDE teaching these methods.

Less water → bigger plants

Less money → More savings

Less work →greater harvest

Learn a better, simpler way to garden

When: Friday, March 27th, 9 A.M. – 2 P.M. also Saturday, March 28th 9AM – 2PM
Where: 1 McDonald Center
(Main St./McDonald-Lower Level)
Mesa, Arizona

This is Hands On and space is limited.

RSVP: Please email to reserve your space.

"Every family should have a garden"

-Spencer W. Kimball & other Prophets!

"The day may come when we will have to live on what we produce"

-Marion G. Romney
Is that day here?? Don’t wait another day!

*5 hours of unique training to give you a great garden in any soil – or in NO soil!

*Demonstrating the world-renowned Mittleider Method, including "the best of organic" and "the poor man's hydroponics."

*You can grow the same great garden in the soil OR in containers.

*Double or triple the amount of healthy produce you get from your garden by using this method.

Jim Kennard, President of the Food For Everyone Foundation & Humanitarian Department Missionary (, will conduct the Seminar.

A Mittleider gardener for the past thirty years, Jim is a Master Mittleider Gardening Instructor and has taught classes and worked one-on-one with Dr. Jacob Mittleider. He has also conducted many gardening projects himself in the USA and other countries.

Come Prepared to Dig in the dirt!

Don’t miss this gardening season! The kennards leave soon to fulfill other commitments in two countries in Eastern Europe – call now!


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