We still have a few spots open for tomorrow's Seed Starting class.
Class is $25 per person and you'll go home with a large tray of seeds you've started yourself, along with the knowledge of how to care for them once they emerge as seedlings.
This is a hands-on class so be sure to bring gardening gloves if you use them. And wear boots as we will tour the farm before class.
Make this the year you take that first step to becoming more food self sufficient.
Yes. I know it's still Winter. But let's face facts. You're already thinking Spring. Spring, which is only 36 days away.
You remember Spring -- when you can smell the earth, hear birds singing, and your hands aren't frozen the second you step outside.
In Spring, a young man's (or woman's) fancy turns to gardening. Honest. That is exactly how the saying goes.
The gardening gurus at That'll Do Farm can help you when your fancy is turning to gardening, but your head says, "Hold on there buddy. Wait just a second -- I don't know how to garden."
We can change that.
The farm is offering a series of gardening classes to make this the year you start veggies from seed, grow mouth-watering tomatoes, rule the compost pile, learn what the heck lasagna gardening is and discover why you want to attract bees, butterflies and birds to your garden and how to go about doing it.
That's a whole lot of learning for one short Spring season.
Classes range from $10 to $25 each and are hands-on. Bring your own gardening gloves kind of hands-on.
You'll learn the basics of organic gardening and why we believe it's the only way to go. And we want to hear your success stories the rest of the year. We want to know what worked for you and what didn't. We want pictures of your first tomato, your first handful of rich compost. We are passionate about gardening and we want you to catch the gardening bug, too. Figuratively and literally.
Registration is limited so sign up early.
You too can be among the few, the proud, the gardeners.