The Youth Garden Project hosts a variety of workshops throughout the year. Workshop Instructors consist of Community Members or YGP Staff who have expertise in a given field. Previous topics have included: seed germination, fruit tree pruning, wild edibles, food preservation, bread making, irrigation 101, herbal medicinals, pollinators, DIY composting and more!
Seed Swap Social!
Wednesday, February 25th
We had so much fun last year hosting a seed swap, that we will be bringing it back this year. Bring seeds saved from your own garden, or seed packets you are ready to part ways with. We will have a set up in the Shafer Home with seeded cookies and tea to share! Please bring your seeds labeled and dated. YGP will provide baggies and additional labeling supplies. Join us anytime between 4:30 and 6:30pm.
No RSVP needed, but questions welcome! Give us a jingle!
Fruit Tree Care Workshop
Taught by Jess Oldham from Farm Yard
Saturday, March 7th
Join the Youth Garden Project and Farm Yard for an informative workshop all about how to care for your fruit trees from the ground up. We will cover your questions, spend time outside in the orchard, plant new trees, review young fruit tree care, learn about general maintenance and pruning, and more!
Cost: $10 (tuition assistance available upon pre-request)
TO REGISTER call 435-259-2326
If you or someone you know is interested in guest-teaching a workshop for our community, please contact Kaitlin Thomas by calling 435-259-2326 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org