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Organic Gardening Series

Are you tending a garden for the first time, or have you been growing food for many years? NOFA-NH's "Feeding the Family" Organic Gardening Workshop Series offers instruction for new and experienced home growers & livestock managers seeking to build skills to feed themselves, their families and develop self-sufficiency. Knowledgeable speakers from near and far lead short informative workshops. Learn about how to improve a home system or start something new.

The 2024 gardening series is four online workshops and one in person workshop


Dandelion Forest Farm ('23 gardening series): participants learning how to sheet mulch.

Program Pricing & Registration

$12 per online workshop

$40 for all online workshops (if you register at one time)

$20 for in person workshop (must register for separately)

Online workshops will be recorded and available for two months. You can register for any of the online workshops that have passed to receive a link to the recordings. 

Members receive a 25% discount for all gardening series workshops. Use code MEMOGS24

Native Perennial Food Plants For Your Edible Landscape

Instructor: Dani Baker

Online: Tues, April 16 | 6:30-7:45PM

Trouble-shooting Tomatoes: Tips for Feeding, Potting Up & Growing Resilient Tomato Transplants

Instructor: Petra Page-Mann (Fruition Seeds)

Online: Tues, April 23 | 6:30-7:45PM

7 Essentials of Seed Starting (and the common mistakes to avoid)

Instructor: Petra Page-Mann (Fruition Seeds)

Online: Tues, April 30 | 6:30-7:45PM

Building and Assessing Soil Microbiology: Enhancing your Garden's Health

Instructor: Ruben Parrilla (NOFA Mass)

Online: Tues, May 7 | 6:30-7:45PM

Small Scale Gardening Techniques to Build Self-Sustainability

Instructor: Sibongile Ndlovu

Location: Sycamore Community Garden (Concord, NH)

In Person: Sat, May 11 | 10AM

Check out our Northeast Organic Gardening Videos here.

This program is supported by:

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