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  • Free Webinar – Summer Gardening
    6:00 pm-7:00 pm
    June 2, 2022

    Summer Gardening

    Is your summer garden set up for success and designed to survive the heat? Many gardeners try to extend their spring harvest, give up on their summer garden, or take a couple of months off to plan their Fall Garden. By following 7 simple steps for summer gardening success, you can have a lush summer harvest, regardless of whether or not your spring garden was successful. Register now for our free live webinar to learn how to plan and prepare for a lush summer harvest!

    Register now for the upcoming webinar Thursday, June 2nd at 6:00 pm MST.

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  • Free Webinar – Surviving the Summer Heat (Tomatoes, Berries, Grapes)
    6:00 pm-7:00 pm
    June 16, 2022

    Surviving the Summer Heat (Tomatoes, Berries, Grapes)

    Are your tomatoes, berries and grapes starting to suffer in the summer heat? Do you know if they are getting too much or too little water? These plants can show stress early in the summer that can be easily addressed for a successful harvest. Learn why many commercial vineyards often begin harvesting grapes in July or August. Learn all about tomatoes, berries and grapes, how to protect them from the heat and create an environment for maximum yield in our upcoming free live webinar on surviving the summer heat. Register now!

    Register now for the upcoming webinar Thursday, June 16th at 6:00 pm MST.

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  • Free Live Event in Denton, TX – Summer Fruit Tree Pruning & Management 
    9:00 am-10:30 am
    June 25, 2022

    Summer Fruit Tree Pruning & Management

    Hate the birds stealing your fruit because your fruit trees are so large and hard to manage? Hate wielding a ladder to harvest fruit while precariously not falling trying to get that perfect peach? Imagine a simple yet revolutionary way to manage your fruit trees to keep them at a manageable size yet still delivering your family a bounty of fresh fruit that is reachable by the ground. Did you know nearly any fruit tree can be trained to stay smaller? This demonstration class will take place at theBackyard: a local Suburban Agriscape in Denton, TX where Shaun Mayfield, founder of Blue Sky Agriscaping will demonstrate on several different trees including espaliered trees the secrets to tree size management for healthy bountiful fruit trees!

    Register now for the upcoming live event in Denton, TX on Saturday, June 25th at 9:00 am.

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Agriscaping is a movement. It's about taking charge of your health, making the most of your space and knowing exactly what's in the foods you consume. Whether you have a 20 acre ranch in the country or a couple of sunny patios in the city, there's a way to make Agriscaping work for you!

Want to learn how to create your own elegant, edible landscape?


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JUSTIN ROHNER Chief EDUCATION Officer (CEO)

Justin Rohner Agriscaping
Justin Rohner, Founder of Agriscaping Technologies, has been helping people around the world grow their own healthy, fresh foods at home for more than 25 years. He is a passionate educator, artist, and entrepreneur with an engineering mind who only recently started sharing his sustainable gardening secrets with the world. His professional enthusiasm centers around improving Self-reliance, Sustainable Food, and Family, and was recently named one of Arizona’s Top 35 Entrepreneurs under 35 by The Arizona Republic and AZCentral.com for his work improving local food access & sustainability through Agriscaping.com. Justin began his career in landscaping at the ripe age of 9, working summers and weekends at a small 9-hole, executive golf-course in Mesa, Arizona. He earned his BA from Arizona State University and Masters from the University of Santa Monica. Justin lives in Gilbert, Arizona with his wife Britney, 4 kids, 14 chickens, 24 quail, 3 to 12 rabbits, 64 fish, 1 miraculous crab, and a beautiful landscape full of food.