For Sustainable Living
We are updating our workshop lineup regularly, so check back to see what's coming next!
No-till Garending 101 and Q&A on garlic
August 6th 6-7:30pm
The no-till 101 workshop will focus on the why's behind gardening without tillage, and the benefits that it could add to your garden, including making weed management easier, improving soil health, as well as potential pest management. We will also discuss various ways to build no-till garden beds and the basics of maintaining it in the years to come. Come out to Josh's garden (Foraging Farmers) and see what 5 years of no-till gardening looks like and learn how / why to build or transition your own.
Get Into the Weeds Workshop
August 16th 9-11am
Join us as Al Young, long-time Teton Valley gardener and educator, teaches us to identify some of the most common and most troublesome weeds you are likely to encounter in Teton Valley. She will then discuss how to control them without the use of chemicals and demonstrate proper removal techniques. How you pull a weed matters! At the end of this workshop, you'll be ready to defend your yard or garden or favorite trail from invasive and noxious weeds.
Composting How To Workshop
August 23rd 5-7pm
For this workshop, Al Young, long-time Teton Valley gardener and educator, will teach you all you need to know to be able to effectively compost your food scraps. Whether you are new to composting or looking to improve your system, this workshop aims to address all of your questions. Al will discuss how to get started, the do's and don'ts of composting, what you can and cannot compost, what size food scrap is ideal, how to "cook" compost, how to consider your neighbors (people and animals alike!) and how to use the finished product. Join us to learn how to make the most out of your food scraps and help minimize waste!
More Workshops to Look Forward to
No Till Gardening with a focus on Diversification & Interplanting
September 10th, 2022 from 5:30 to 6:30 pm with Josh Arthur at Foraging Farmers Garden, Victor