There is so much you can do in your farms and gardens! Join us for informative discussions on specific aspects of being an urban farmer in this valley. We have several topics to choose from and a great location to enjoy them. This summer we are starting this Lecture Series at the Creative Living’s Farmers Market which is going to be a locally focused resource for hand made, hand crafted, and locally grown items. This might just be your new Friday Date-Night option!
Jump Start your
Fall & Winter Gardens!
October 12th, 6:30 – 8 pm
Growing food in the desert is really quite simple, the challenge is knowing the rules. There are three basic things that you need to know that when you have them down growing a successful garden is a snap…okay well a lot easier. Join Greg for this lively discussion and discover your way into an incredible edible garden – and yes, this is a perfect time to be planting.
Planting, Stewarding, and Feasting from Wild Food Forests!
A presentation by (and book signing with) Brad Lancaster, author of Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond and co-contributor to Desert Harvesters’ Eat Mesquite and More.
This celebratory presentation is on Desert Harvesters and other dynamo local wild food and rain planting efforts that have enriched southwestern communities, ecosystems, and palates – and how you can likewise enrich the community where you live!
So, You Want to be an
November 9th, 6:30 – 8 pm
Farmer Greg will share his extensive experience and knowledge of urban farming and growing food. He is passionate about teaching you how to grow fruits, veggies, herbs and greens for your family. Can you imagine picking those fresh bell peppers with your children, and then making them into dinner? How about a homegrown lettuce, cucumber, and strawberry salad for lunch? Come learn how!!
Planning your Grocery Trip with
Edible Landscape Design!
November 23rd, 6:30 – 8 pm
Fruit Tree education
Maybe a Pruning Lecture
December 7th, 6:30 – 8 pm
Your Keys to Regenerative Living,
Intro to Permaculture!
December 21st, 6:30 – 8 pm
Permaculture is an interesting word. Made up of two words – Permanent and Culture – and is a process designed for us to look to nature and design systems that work in the flow of natural systems and not against them. Join some local Permies for a lively conversation delving into the notion of permaculture and just how it could apply to your life…it forever changed Greg’s and so can it yours.