All our workshops and seminars are free, but we ask you to call and reserve a spot so we have a chair for you. If less than 10 people sign up for workshop it will be cancelled.          978-632-0991 or 1-800-342-4929


Getting Started Right

Feb 17th 1-2:30

A quick look at good garden design, where to put all kinds of plants and how to manage weather drama. Then we'll move on choosing between seeds (getting them started well) ad plants (picking out packs and pots)

​Developing Healthy Soil

Saturday March 3rd 1-2:30

This is the most important step and everyone needs some basic information. We'l look at soil tests, soil amendments, composts, cover crops,- what goes on when and why. Developing soils grows healthy plants and healthy people too!! This is the workshop that frames the rest of the discussions

​Container Growing

Saturday April 22nd

Hands - on. All sorts of plants can be grown in containers _ even corn and carrots! Learn about soil mixes and fertilizer support needed for successful - not to mention spectacular - container gardens. This workshop is held outside. You will be planting a small container. Please wear cothing suitable for weather conditions. Also bring a pair of work gloves if you wear them.

Gardner Agway​​


Gardening to Support Butterflies and Pollinators

Saturday March 10  1-2:30




Growing Bio-nutrient Dense Food

Saturday March 17th  1-2:30

Learn how to use a refractometer to check for produce quality....Healthy home grown vegetables can't be beat. You pick the varieties that suit your family and invest the time and energy to grow the harvest. There are some tricks that can make you mi=ch more successful. Yo might even be able to store some for winter- nothing like

your own tomato sauce for holiday feasting_ never ind the pesto mid January!  

Garden Maintenance

Saturday  June 24th 1-2:30

How many times have you seen your garden weaken and fail just as the garden should be at its spectacular best? Learn now what it takes to keep the garden growing well and producing through the season. Includes fertilizing, weeding/mulching, disease and insect management.

Growing Bio-nutrient Dense Food

Saturday March 17th  1-2:30

Learn how to use a refrac