This is a unique, hands-on workshop about gardening and nature photography. Learn about the secrets of gardening and beekeeping from Michael Kiefer, farmer/beekeeper. You will learn about growing herbs, perennial flowers, vegetables, fruit trees, and more! Michael will also share some tips about beekeeping and raising chickens for eggs. You will get to sample some fresh veggies, herbs, and honey.
After the foray into gardening, we will venture into the world of nature photography with photographer Roshani Kothari. You will learn about light, angle, composition, and the role of serendipity involved in capturing beautiful images.
Special guest Charles Mewshaw, landscape architect/horticulturalist, will talk about the farm’s history and share some stories about his favorite trees and plants on the farm. Space is limited to 10 participants. No prior experience with gardening or photography is required. Questions or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To enter to win the workshop ticket, send an email to WashingtonGardener@rcn.com by 5pm on Friday, August 25, with “Lucibella Farm” in the subject line. In the body of the email, tell us which was your favorite article in the August 2017 issue and why. Please also include your full name and mailing address. The workshop winner will be announced by August 26.
Lucibella Farm expanded the number of winners to 5. They are:
~ Beth Czaban, Vienna VA
~ Kathy Pongor, Savage, MD
~ Nancy Khan, Washington, DC
~ Eric Hyman, Silver Spring, MD
~ Alison Mrohs. Rockville, MD