Growing Your Own Food A-Z
The best tasting, most nutritious food is the food you grow yourself.
This course is designed to be a complete beginners guide to growing your own food; from planning, soil and seed starting to pest management, pruning and what to do with all of your delicious food!
Ten 90min in-person classes in Ogden (outdoors)
$200 per person for the series. Up to 15 participants.
Participants will have HANDS-ON learning opportunities/access to a learning garden.
Registration requires a $25 deposit made through Venmo or other arrangement.
Ask about scholarship opportunities.
*Two Foodscaping Utah apprentices get this course for free*
Course Schedule for 2023:
|Planning Vegetables: Best timings, interplanting & multi-cropping||Sa 2/11|
|Seed Starting||Sa 3/11|
|Healthy Soil: promoting soil health, no-till bed prep, nutrient cycling||Sa 3/25|
|Transplanting Vegetables and Trees||W 4/5|
|Fruit Trees & Grapes: Grow your own fruit||W 4/26|
|Water-wise Irrigation, Drip and Mulch||W 5/10|
|Managing Pests: Integrated Pest Management (IPM), biodiversity and beneficial insects||W 5/31|
|Summer Pruning Fruit Trees & Espalier Fruit Fences||W 6/14|
|Simple Cooking: foodscape to table||W 8/9|
|Simple Preserving: healthy food for winter||W 8/23|
Our primary instructor will be John Trimble, cofounder of Foodscaping Utah. John will be periodically joined by rockstar foodscapers Holly and Terry.
Foodscaping Utah es una organización sin fines de lucro, más un grupo de voluntarios, dedicados a ayudar a las personas a empezar a cultivar sus propios alimentos.