Events Calendar

  • Throughout 2009- Seattle Tilth offers a wide array of classes, workshops, and training sessions in 2009. From learning how to raise chickens in your backyard to growing veggies in small containers, Seattle Tilth is your source for top notch gardening education and advice.
    Take a look at their 2009 Schedule and sign up for a class today.
  • Throughout 2009- 21 Acres in Woodinville, WA offers a variety of classes related to sustainable agriculture and sustainable living. From small farm planning, to learning how to can and preserve food, to fruit tree pruning, 21 acres strives to educate the community on growing and eating your own food. Visit 21 Acres for a complete list of classes and information on how to register.
  • Winter and Spring 2009- Rain Garden Design and Construction Workshops throughout Puget Sound
    Sponsored by Stewardship Partners, Pierce Stream Team, WSU Native Plant Salvage, Chambers-Clover Watershed Council, Puyallup River Watershed Council, and Pierce County Public Works
    Visit Stewardship Partners for information on dates, times, locations, and to register.
  • August 2009- Quillisascut Farm School Garden Planning Workshop
    Quillisascut School Garden workshop for school teachers, administrators, parents, or volunteers who are wanting to start a school garden or evolve their present garden: We will explore how planting a garden can feed us healthy foods as well as save the Earth, how composting closes the loop in our farm to table cycle, and how we can learn from 'Natures Operating System' and the simple joy of putting ourselves back in the garden circle.
    Visit the farm's website for more details and to register.
  • August 6-12- Slow Food Youth (ages 18-29)
    Hands on workshop about the Slow Food mission of "Good, Clean, Fair" for young adults 18-29 years old. Building the future of food from the soil to the city.
    Visit the farm's website for more information.
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