Tennessee-based Women Repair Zone and Texas-based Gardenuity are partnering to present a live, online, hands-on workshop to teach women about gardening and carpentry. Women will learn from Gardenuity Co-founder and CEO, Donna Letier, about the joys of gardening and from Women Repair Zone’s artisan carpenter, Sarah Messer, how to build an outdoor pine planter. Customers will build their own planter while following Ms. Messer’s guidance.
The two women entrepreneurs will also share key insights into how conquering home projects grows more than just skills, but a lifetime of confidence, independence, and saving money.
The workshop, Smart Gardening and Carpentry Basics: Building an Outdoor Wooden Planter for a Portable Garden, is Saturday, Oct. 3, from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. The registration deadline is Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 9 p.m. Register at www.womenrepairzone.com/workshops.
With more people embarking on home improvement projects, these businesses are uniting to bring their expertise during a time when more people are staying at home than ever. Home stores are announcing strong earnings as more people embark on home improvement projects. This online workshop is a unique opportunity to learn to build a patio garden and planter with the live guidance of experts.
“Gardens are an opportunity to nurture and be nurtured,” said Ms. Letier. “We are looking forward to partnering with Women Repair Zone on this project and helping women across the country feel nurtured, empowered and confident.”
“I am thrilled to partner with Donna to offer a unique online experience where customers can benefit from the expertise of both of our companies and learn skills to enhance their surroundings,“ said Bea Lurie, owner and founder of Women Repair Zone. “It’s such a great way to learn new skills from the comfort of your home.”