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Eating Raw Learn to prepare produce straight from the garden when it is in its most vital state. classes Eating raw food in season offers an amazing culinary experience- while giving you maximum nutrition. If your summer has been too hot to cook, but not too hot to eat– come join us! in the garden Instructor: Michelle Cerise is a graduate of Living Light Culinary Arts Institute and a Raw Food Chef and Instructor. She shares her passion for food through classes, consultations, retreats and as a personal chef. Saturday July 23 1:00p to 3:00p $35 includes material fee Whether you are new to gardening or want to 1630 Hawthorn Avenue expand your repertoire of Boulder Colorado 80304 gardening skills, we Gardening feeds 303.443.9952 have something for you! the body, mind email@example.com register on our web page and spirit... www.growinggardens.org Intro to Gardening I Gardening with Kids Intro to Worm Composting This workshop is designed to give garden- Come learn and explore with your kids in the Vermiculture, worm composting, is an efficient ers a fresh look at planning their garden spac- garden! Learn about garden design, seed selec- and year round method to composting your es for maximum production and efficiency. tion, starting and transplanting. Take home your kitchen scraps, and plant leftovers. Learn how Participants will also learn the basics of to set up your own bin, done indoors in an apart- own seed starts and build a tool kit of fun kids gar- ment, garage, basement, or under your kitchen organic and biodynamic gardening. Topics and dening activities. We’ll incorporate art, discovery, sink. The worms do all the work and you will materials will include: Starting Seeds, Soil Prep- insects, and animals into our garden morning. lower the volume of garbage generated in your aration, and Transplanting all with a focus on This workshop is open to adults and children. home and you have beautiful compost to use in Planning. We will have discussion and practical (Children must be accompanied by an adult) your garden or indoor plants. hands-hand on activities! There will be discussion and practical hands on fun for both children and adults. Instructor: Zala Habibi is a dedicated Commu- Instructor: Ben Turner is the energetic nity Gardener and Master Composter and has Grower for the Cultiva Youth Project. He Instructor: Annie Sweeney is the Director of the been teaching and composting with worms for has a wide variety of skills and experience Children’s Peace Garden. Annie was first hooked years. growing food. on gardening while growing pumpkins with her Grandfather; she hopes to pass this joy to you and Wednesday June 22 6:00p to 8:00p Saturday February 19 9:00a to 11:30a $35 includes material fee the children in your life. Saturday May 7 9:00a to 11:30a $35 for one adult, one child and all materials Intro to Preserving & Intro to Gardening II Each additional child is $10 (this fee includes Freezing Summer Produce material fee) This workshop will introduce soil Fertility and cultivating Learn to extend the garden season by putting up will help gardeners to incorporate the care of the the fresh produce of summer months to enjoy in soil in to their gardening practices to increase the winter. Join us to make the most of your gar- community production. Participants will also learn some den and farmers market. Demos and hands-on basic organic and biodynamic gardening skills. activities will prepare you to start canning and Topics and materials will include: Composting, freezing at home. Chef Deb will demonstrate through gardening Cover Crop use, and Compost Tea. We will have how to preserve chutney, jelly, and salsa. We will discussion and practical hands-hand on activi- also cover freezing preparations for fresh garden ties! herbs by making a variety of creative and tasty pestos-and take home some of the creations! Instructor: Ben Turner is the energetic Instructor: Chef Deb has worked as a corpo- Grower for the Cultiva Youth Project. He rate and personal chef, culinary instructor, and has a wide variety of skills and experience is a tireless supporter of fresh food and farmers growing food. markets. Saturday March 26 9:00a to 11:30a Saturday July 16 9:00a to 12:00p $35 includes material fee $35 includes material fee
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