Organic Gardening Classes
Thursday, May 30 06:00 PM
Organic Gardening Classes
w/ Sarah Bradshaw, Owner of Wise Woman Seeds
Organic Food Inspector, Food Sovereignty Educator, Wise Woman & Local Cultivation Expert
9 MONTHS TO BECOME A PRO
Grow a simple & healthy garden for you and your family.
Learn ancient & modern techniques about Permaculture, Biodynamic, Healthy Micro Biome, Compost tea, natural pest control & how to get the most out of your garden year after year.
Every Last Wednesday of the Month from 6 - 8 pm
Feb 27 - Planning and Propagation
Mar 27 - Transplanting & Clone Selection
April 24 - Cold Frames & "Hot Beds"
May 29 - Planting Out: Putting the Plan into Action
June 26 - Competitive Plants/Companion Plants
July 31 - Slug, Bugs & other Thugs
Aug 28 - Structures & Support
Sept 25 - Harvest & Storage
Oct 30 - Save the Seeds, Feed Yourself Forever
Planning and Propagation (Feb 27)
Deciding what to grow, where to plant it and how long it will take is the first step to a successful crop.
Getting the long season plants started begins early.
Transplanting & Clone Selection (Mar 27)
Selecting the best of your plants and propagating from cuttings will increase the yield in your crop.
Cold Frames and “Hot Beds” (April 24)
Extending the growing season with structures and using them appropriately will give you more access to
the growing season and will increase the harvest.
You will grow more varieties with a longer season.
Planting Out: Putting the Plan into Action (May 29)
Making sure what you’ve begun can be put in the garden and brought to fruition.
Hands on adventure in the soil.
Competitive Plants/Companion Plants (June 26)
How to keep the plants you want happy and get the ones you don’t want to go away.
Slug, Bugs & other Thugs (July 31)
Getting the critters you don’t want out of your garden, while keeping bees, butterflies and friendly insects
Structures & Support (Aug 28)
As plants grow they need to be held up for maximum yields and best results.
Learn how to do it easily and effectively.
Harvest & Storage (Sept 25)
How to tell when it is ripe, what to do when you have waited too long...and how to keep it from rotting until you can use it.
Save the Seeds, Feed Yourself Forever (Oct 30)
For the plants, the next generation is the end goal. Work with your garden to make sure you have what you need to make the seeds viable for future gardens.
FULL COURSE - $160 (save $20)
EMAIL: [email protected]
Must PRE-REGISTER to confirm attendance
- Wednesday, June 26 06:00 PM
- Wednesday, July 31 06:00 PM
- Wednesday, August 28 06:00 PM
- Wednesday, September 25 06:00 PM
- Wednesday, October 30 06:00 PM