|Three Winter veggies from the Fall class of Urban Food Production. In Spring we'll|
be planting veggies for the hotter months including peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers and squash -
to just name but a few!!! Sign up now!
Starting April 8th at The Learning Garden, the first offering of the Spring course of "Urban Food Production" a long running Fall class will be offered at The Learning Garden. Teaching this in Spring has been a dream of mine from the beginning because we will be growing tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, squashes and cucumbers - and so many more of your favs. Spaces are still available - sign up!! Course title (below) is the link to UCLA Extension. Students get to harvest from their gardens throughout the summer (if they maintain them!).
The syllabus doesn't say, it but we eat at every class! Eating is an agricultural act! So we have meals that reflect on seasonality in addition to being healthy, organic and delicious. It's all part of the syllabus.
Questions? Give me a shout!
|I've taught gardening and horticulture for over 30 years,|
which I hate to say because everyone thinks I'm an old fellow.
I'm still having a good time and I love teaching growing food to people.