"Feeding the Family"
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 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 growing system or start something new.
The 2023 gardening series is a mix of four online workshops on Thursday evenings from March 30th through April 20th and one in person workshop on Saturday, April 29th. Register for the full online series or individual workshops. The in-person workshop must be registered for separately and has a capacity of 25 people. Members receive a 25% discount for all gardening series workshops
Program Pricing & Registration
$12 per webinar
$40 for the full online series
$20 for the in person workshop
(25 Person Limit for in person workshop)
NOFA Members receive a 25% discount.
Use code OGSMEM23.
Each webinar will be recorded and available for 3 months
You can register for completed workshops and receive the recording
The Science and Art of Tomato Culture (Online)
Instructor: Christie Higginbottom
Thursday, March 30th, 6:30-8PM
Protecting Edible Crops from Deer Damage (Online)
Instructor: Cheryl Salatino
Thursday, April 6th, 6:30-8PM
Understanding Forest and Garden Impacts of the Invasive 'Jumping' Worm (Online)
Instructor: Dr. Justin Richardson
Thursday, April 13th, 6:30-8PM
Integrating Nitrogen Fixing Plants into Diverse Settings (Online)
Instructor: Dani Baker
Thursday, April 20th, 6:30-8PM
Truly No-Till Beds with Sheet Mulching (In-Person)
Instructor: Linh Aven
Location: Dandelion Forest Farm, Nottingham, NH
Saturday, April 29th, 10AM-12PM
Check out our Northeast Organic Gardening Videos here.
Thank You to Our Program Sponsors!
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