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Are you wondering how many continuing education hours this event is worth? 
If you attended the keynote (1 hour), all three concurrent sessions (1.25 hours each; 3.75 hours total), and the plenary session (1 hour), that amounts to 5.75 hours of class time/continuing education. Note: For various reasons, these hours are not tracked/applied to specific Advanced Training Certificates.

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Thursday, May 25 • 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Beyond Bok Choy: The Chinese Kitchen Garden
Do you have experience with growing carrots and lettuce? Mastered the weeknight stir fry? Attend this workshop to learn how to grow and enjoy a wide variety of Asian vegetables such as chrysanthemum greens, luffa gourds, bitter melon and many more, along with growing tips for success. Gardener and home cook Wendy Kiang-Spray will explain how to use these vegetables traditionally and in your own recipes. Tried growing Asian greens but frustrated with bolting and pests? Learn tricks to grow lush and delicious greens. Love fragrant lemongrass but have no idea how to cook with it? Learn how to use the tough flavorful stalks in recipes.  

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Wendy Kiang-Spray

Author, The Chinese Kitchen Garden
Wendy Kiang-Spray is a garden writer and speaker. Her articles about gardening and food have appeared in national and local print publications. She gardens in Rockville, Maryland where she also works as a high school counselor. In her spare time, Wendy volunteers with the DC Mast... Read More →

Thursday May 25, 2017 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Benjamin Banneker B Room