Weekly education series focuses on the Cultural Trail’s horticulture program and includes Q&A with the Trail’s Horticulture Manager to help with your home garden
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – April 8, 2020 – Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. (ICT), today announced a Lunch and Learn series focused on the horticulture program on the eight-mile Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick which boasts five acres of public gardens. All are invited to watch the live discussion on Instagram and actively participate in the Q&A portion with the Cultural Trail’s Horticulture Manager, Ethan Hochstein.
Each week will have a different topic. The first fifteen minutes will include more information about each week’s topic followed by fifteen minutes of questions from the audience. Participants and viewers may submit questions by sending a message on Instagram or Facebook about their home gardens, landscaping, and indoor plants. Questions will be answered live during the program.
What: Lunch and Learn with Indy Cultural Trail Horticulture Manager, Ethan Hochstein
Who: All are invited to participate
When: Every Thursday throughout April at 12 pm noon beginning Thursday, April 8
Where: Instagram; Download the Instagram app on your mobile device and follow @IndyCulturalTrail
Weekly Topics for April:
April 9: Bugs? Gross!April 16: …but how do you water all 8-miles of gardens?April 23: The wonderful world of street treesApril 30: Stormwater Planters: what are they good for?
“We’re excited to offer this opportunity for people to get an in-depth look at the Indy Cultural Trail’s horticulture program and learn about the blooms and plant species that they see on the Trail and all that is happening underground to support the beautiful gardens,” said Kären Haley, executive director of Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc. “Our goal is to provide an opportunity to learn more about the gardens on the Trail, answer all of your burning questions about your home garden from a trained professional and to provide gardens an educational opportunity for students who are learning at home.”
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is managed by a nonprofit, Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. (ICT, Inc.). ICT, Inc. works to thoughtfully manage, maintain and continue to grow and improve all aspects of the Trail to ensure it continues to exist as a world-class public space for residents and visitors of Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc.