If there was a way to minimize the amount of time you spent working in your garden and maximize the amount of fresh produce you harvested, wouldn’t you want to know about it?Gardening guru, Dr. Deb Tolman, will be in San Saba next Monday, March 12 to demonstrate how her innovative keyhole gardening technique can help you achieve both objectives—minimizing work and maximizing production. Both presentations are open to the public and will be at the San Saba Civic Center. The first presentation is from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm; the second is from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Each program will cover basically the same information. The cost is $5.00 in advance or $10.00 at the door. There’s nothing ordinary about Dr. Deb or her keyhole con-cept. Although she has a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences/Re- sources and Geography, she’s not your typical academician. She lives “off the grid” in Bosque County, Texas. She spends her time gardening and spreading the word about her sensational keyhole concept. She’s lively, funny and practical and delivers an energetic presentation that is matched only by her enthusiasm for the subject.The keyhole garden is the ultimate raised bed garden. The technique has been used in places around the world that get far less water than even the driest places in Texas. As Dr. Deb’s web site states, “…if knowing how and when to dig, fertilize or water vegetable gardens has been keeping you from growing healthy and nutritious produce for your family, then a keyhole garden will simplify your life.” Imagine that—an innovation that can both simplify your life and produce nutritious food for your family and friends. That’s a concept we can all embrace.Check out Dr. Deb’s step-by-step description of how and why the keyhole concept works at http://www.debtolman.com/keyhole.pdf. Or, better yet, come to one of her presentations on March 12. For more information or to reserve your seat, please call Carolyn McDowell at 372-5416 or email her at:firstname.lastname@example.org.