We love to welcome community groups, schools, and anyone else who is interested in growing food, natural environments, and beautiful spaces.
Tour, Talk & Taste: 1hr walk around the gardens to see what's growing, what's happening and tasting many of the delicious things growing as they are meant to be picked fresh and crisp. Discussing organic growing, biodiversity, soil health, nutrition as per your interests. $40 min or $5/pp
TTT (as above) and Farm Learning: 2 hr After touring the gardens include a time of activity such as harvesting, touring our bush lot, seeding, transplanting, picking for your lunch. Activity is based on your learning objectives and interests. Groups larger than 10 are broken into sessions that rotate through stations. $60 min or $7.50/pp
Farming Time: 2.5hrs morning or afternoon.
Come experience life in the field. Activities change with the season such as planting, seeding, harvesting, greenhouse activities. Knowledge shared and activities based on your learning objectives. Go home with produce or plants.
Best for ages 12 . Min. $80 or $12/pp
Drop by the gardens during our market hours or contact us to organize a tour for groups of 5 or more.
Throughout the growing season, we offer a variety of workshops from seed starting to forest foraging. Watch our event page for dates of up-incoming workshops and classes.
Sign up is through our Events page just select an event and the form is at the bottom of the page.
***All workshops have been postponed until we are able to host groups on the farm. Please feel free to email us or sign up to our news letter to stay up to date ***
Seed Starting Basics: Sat. March 23rd 10am-12pm
A hands on learning experience to grow seedlings for your garden, the joys and the challenges. Taking home some seedlings and planted seeds.
Spring Intensive (plan your garden season): Sat. April 13th 10am - 4pm Soup & Salad lunch included
The Where, What, When planning that is key for your delicious garden
Growing 101 Tues. March 26th, April 23rd, May 21st, June 11th. from planning to harvesting.
Come learn through the spring season how to grow your own garden. We meet once a month and have time to go from planning to planting and the fun of harvesting. The best way to have your own professional farmer at hand
Growing 102 Tues. July 30th, Aug. 27th, Sept. 24th, Oct. 22nd. 6:30-8:30pm
Following your garden from July through Oct. this series gives you the basics of maintaining your garden, harvesting, seed saving and preparing for winter.
All workshops are at the farm
#8463, 5th Line, Angus
In the main greenhouse and in the gardens.
Other workshops can happen, organize 5 participants and we will set dates and times on the farm.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more planned workshops.