Our three hour class is small so you can get your questions answered and meet with others who share your interests. Topics include:
Farming During Drought: Techniques and resources to help you succeed.
Livestock Management: feed, fencing and care for 150 rare-breed chickens, goats, sheep, ducks, and pigs.
Organic vegetable production: Understand the decision-making process in selecting, starting and planting more than 100+ varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs for our 5-acre intown and 33-acre River Farm farm locations.
Composting: Learn the secrets to creating the best resource on the farm
Irrigation: Drip tape, rainwater collection, wells and the challenges of city water.
Incubator Farm: Learn about our Incubator Farm for professional farmers and how you can get involved.
Farming Resources: During lunch (please pack one for yourself), we’ll advise you on the organizations and individuals that can help you achieve your goals.