Take a Class

Virtual and in-person classes, on demand videos and resources to help you start your Florida gardens on the right path, and at your own pace.

Live Virtual Classes

June 9th @ 8pm

This is a free webinar to help promote the importance of providing spaces for wildlife in our yards and urban spaces. Click on the image to register.

June 11th at 12 noon

Dunedin’s 2020 Sustainability Speaker Series

Backyard Composting in the City with Pinellas Community Compost

Register Here

(This class is separate from the Growing Up Gardening Series below)
Wednesday, June 24th @ 8pm
July 8th @ 8pm

Growing Up Gardening Series

This series of classes is intended to help new Florida gardeners learn the skills needed to start a summer garden that will actually produce food, encourage your children to get outdoors, and be fun for the whole family.

Live on Wednesdays at 8pm

While you cannot purchase the entire class series you can still purchase individual courses. We will offer Starting Your First Florida Garden again in June.

May 27th @ 8pm
June 3rd @ 8pm
June 10th @ 8pm
June 17th @ 8pm

Planting a Food Forest on a Shoestring Budget

Virtual classes held on Tuesdays at 8pm

Schedule:

June 16th: Plant Propagation

June 23rd: Building Your Soil

June 30th: High Yielding Fruit Trees

July 7th: Edible Florida Native Plants

This class series is modeled after courses and webinars covering food insecurity that our Founder and Owner, Amanda Streets, took from the University of Florida and Prescott College, comparing food security and urban land use practices in the USA and other countries. When combined with regenerative permaculture practices, growing food in urban areas is attainable as a tool to reduce grocery bills and improve your health.

Tuesday June 16th
Tuesday June 23rd
Tuesday June 30th
Tuesday July 7th
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