Growing Groceries Classes Every Spring and Fall!
Registration for Spring Class is Full!
If you’re interested in attending our next class, please fill out the form below.
Monday and Wednesdays, March 1st – 31st from 10:00 – 11:30 AM,
Plus a two day participant class check-in/Q&A sessions
April 19th and 21st from 10:00 – 11:30 AM
Online class offered via Zoom
Our popular Spring Growing Groceries class is taught by seasoned Master Gardeners who specialize in growing food. This class will be 2x/week for 5 weeks and delivered via Zoom.
Interested in growing your own food this year? Join Master Gardeners and seasoned gardening experts for a fun filled five – week class on Monday and Wednesday mornings starting Mar 1st – Mar 31st, 10:00 – 11:30 AM via Zoom!
This spring Master Gardeners and local experts will teach gardeners about local soils, seed starting, best cultivation practices, pest management, composting and much, much more. Each participant will pick-up a packet of supplies for homework and online hands-on skill building activities. Pick-up locations are in Port Hadlock and Port Townsend.
The activities are suited for people of all ages. If attendees are gardening with kids, we will provide additional support/ideas after class on Wednesdays from 11:30 – noon.
Register by downloading the registration form at 2021 Spring GG-Registration-Form and mail it and payment to 121 Oak Bay Road, Port Hadlock, WA 98339.
Questions? Please contact at Bridget Gregg, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register, register via the link above or fill out this 2021 Spring GG-Registration-Form, and mail it with your payment of $50 to 121 Oak Bay Road, Port Hadlock, WA. If you prefer to bring your payment to the office, please contact me at email@example.com to make arrangements.
Our popular Spring Growing Groceries class is taught by seasoned Master Gardeners who specialize in growing food.
Spring Companion Topics cover soils, seed starting, best cultivation practices, seed starting, pest management and composting
Fall Companion Class Topics: cover winter and early spring cultivation practices, growing fruits, soil improvement, permaculture, seed saving, & food preservation.
It is our goal to make this class accessible to all. Scholarships are available by request. Please contact Bridget Gregg at 360-379-5610 x 210.
Questions? Please contact at Bridget Gregg, firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-379-5610 x 210.
Please note: you must cancel at least seven days before the class start date in order to receive a full refund, minus a $5 processing fee.