On June 7th and 8th, we visited the Plant Processing Area of the Space Station Processing Facility (SSPF). There is so much happening to provide astronauts with fresh food and to sustain a growing lunar (and maybe Martian) population! Check out the photos on our Events page.
Thanks to all who attended our Spring Plant Swap! We had a record turnout with lots of plants to choose from. Our next swap will be in October.
We are currently organizing tours of the SSPF’s Plant Processing Area! The first group of tours will occur in early June, signup sheets will be emailed to the club distribution.
Your KSC Garden Club will host our Spring Plant Swap on Saturday April 29th from 11am-2pm at KARS Park 1 (Audubon Rd Merritt Island). The swap is open to KSC employees and their guests. Plants, seeds, cuttings, pots and other plant-related items are welcome, or just bring yourself. See you there!
Happy Spring everyone! The KSC Garden Club will resume activities, beginning with our Spring Plant Swap in April! Stay tuned for announcements via Teams, Email and the KSC Daily News.
Thanks to all who attended our Fall Plant Swap! The club will slow down until we resume activities in March. You are still welcome to use our Teams Group and Facebook page to swap plants!
Your KSC Garden Club will host our Fall Plant Swap event in late October! We will gather at KARS Park 1 to share plants, cuttings, seeds, pots, supplies and anything else plant people want to share! More details will be announced via email, Teams, and the KSC Daily News.
On Saturday April 23rd, we hosted our spring plant swap event at KARS Park 1! Check out the photos on our Events page!
There are so many events to participate in for Earth Month! Courtesy of the TOSC Environmental Group, here is a calendar with events happening virtually, locally and at KSC!
On Friday April 1st at 11am, your KSC Garden Club will host the first event as part of Earth Month! Join us on Teams to hear Caitlin Bagnall from the Marine Resources Council teach us about “Gardening for the Lagoon”. Topics include rain barrels, mangrove nurseries, and how your gardening practices directly affect the Indian River Lagoon. Meeting Link