CCE is offering a FREE gardening course to adult, low-income* county residents.
This course includes six weekly classes geared toward beginning gardeners with limited resources who are eager to grow healthy food for their families.
Sign up now before the class is full! (link below)
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The focus will be on creative ways to contain costs while growing healthy food.
Seed to Supper will be offered online starting March 10, 2021 and meeting every other week on Thursdays until May 19th. Each class will be around 1.5 hours and will be taught by several trained Master Gardener Volunteers and Erica LaFountain, Community Horticulture Educator. Class dates: 3/10, 3/24, 4/7, 4/14 (moved forward due to spring vacation), 5/5, 5/19.
Participants will receive garden kits and manuals to use during and after the course. The kits will include basic tools, seeds, seedlings, and a soil test for the participant’s garden plot. Adults with some space for gardening and internet access, will be best served this time around, though there are plans to offer a completely in-person version of this course when it is safe to do so.
Providing healthy food and a calming outdoor hobby for yourself and your family can be a powerful experience to gain food security and counter stress. Participants will not only have an opportunity to increase their knowledge and skills related to food gardening, but also to connect to local resources and a support system to face their challenges.
If you are an adult, and a low income county resident and you are interested in this class, please fill out this brief questionnaire and you'll be contacted within a few days.
*For the purposes of this program, anyone who is eligible for SNAP, Medicaid, WIC, or HEAP is also eligible for Seed to Supper.
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Last updated January 25, 2022