Preserving Your Garden

Description Most gardeners love the process of planning their garden. And folks who preserve food love using garden/farm fresh produce. But we often forget to incorporate our food preservation goals into our garden planning to ensure that we grow enough food to put up for the off season. In this class we will discuss: The many types of food preservationWhat types of preservation best fit your lifestyleHow to determine how much you need to grow to stock your larderEquipment and

Free – $35.00

The Foods That Shape Us: Growing a Diaspora Garden

Description Note: This class was originally scheduled for Wed., Apr. 6 and was rescheduled to Tue., Apr. 19. Many of us have rich cultural backgrounds, and we often honor those backgrounds through food preparation and sharing. But we also forget that we can grow fresh produce to help us make those important and delicious cultural dishes. In this class we will discuss: The diaspora we come fromFood memories and traditions that shape usCultural gardening methods and historyHow to incorporate these

Free – $35.00

Preserving Your Garden

Beacon Food Forest S Dakota St, Seattle, WA, United States

Description Most gardeners love the process of planning their garden. And folks who preserve food love using garden/farm fresh produce. But we often forget to incorporate our food preservation goals into our garden planning to ensure that we grow enough food to put up for the off season. In this class we will discuss: The many types of food preservationWhat types of preservation best fit your lifestyleHow to determine how much you need to grow to stock your larderEquipment and

Free – $55.00

Gardening in Unique & Small Spaces

University District Food Bank Rooftop Farm 5017 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA, United States

Description Many of us want to take on gardening or begin gardening again, but feel inhibited by not having a big space to grow our gardens. And there can sometimes be long wait lists for community garden space. Happily, many edible plants do very well in containers and small planters. Join us to learn about the possibilities for growing gardens on rooftops, balconies, concrete patios, small green spaces and more! In this class we will discuss: This class will include

Free – $65.00

The Foods That Shape Us: Growing a Diaspora Garden

Beacon Food Forest S Dakota St, Seattle, WA, United States

Description Many of us have rich cultural backgrounds, and we often honor those backgrounds through food preparation and sharing. But we also forget that we can grow fresh produce to help us make those important and delicious cultural dishes. In this class we will discuss: This class will include a lecture, group discussion, and a garden tour. Please be prepared to reflect and/or share your favorite or formative food memories and traditions. Class size is limited to about 15 people,

Free – $65.00