Garden Tours & Workshops
Our garden tours start at 9:00 AM every Friday during the semester, depending on weather. Anyone can attend the free hour long tours! Come learn how and what we grow!
Intro to Organic Gardening
Home gardening can help you improve your health through better nutrition, enhance your food security and even save you money. In this workshop participants will be introduced to the basics of starting an organic home garden. Topics include garden planning, site selection, soil preparation, planting, fertilization and natural pest management techniques.
A rind is a terrible thing to waste! Compost is a valuable source of nutrients for your garden and and excellent, environmentally friendly way to get rid of your waste. Participants will learn how to create and maintain and organic composting system for recycling kitchen and yard wastes into black gold for the home garden!
Tea at Three
Come to our tea parties and learn how to dry and make your own fresh herbal teas.
Good Bug/ Bad Bug
Don't squish it and then wish you hadn't missed this workshop! Come learn about beneficial insects and pests in the garden.
Intro to Permaculture
Permaculture is an ecological design system for sustainability in all aspects of human endeavor. This workshop covers topics such as how build natural homes, grow our own food, restore diminished landscapes and ecosystems, catch rainwater, build communities and much more.
Eat for the Planet
A collaboration between the Environmental Center, Department of Health Promotion and Dietetics & Nutrition, the Eat for the Planet workshop strives to teach students about healthy eating on a low budget. The workshop includes a discussion about sustainability in the food system.
For more information or to sign up for a workshop contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org