Our valley is home to many EPIC farms and gardens! Come join us as we tour of some of our favorite Urban Farms here in the amazing metropolis in and around Phoenix. For this tour in our series we are visiting…
Arizona Worm Farm!
> Come see how this property was turned into a fully functioning farm with chickens, vegetables, and lots of worms!
> Learn about worm composting and worm farming classes from a great teacher!
> Find energy efficient examples you can replicate from this sustainability experiment in our own own Arizona desert.
> Learn how the property is set up to sustain more than just a single family, with food, shelter and energy for all..
> Please pre-register so we have an expectation of how many people are joining us. Looking forward to seeing you there!
All of our tours of urban farms are free with a requested $10 donation.
We appreciate your continued support so we can continue to make all these educational events happen!
With so many different gardeners, there are many ways to bring beautiful and productive gardens to the desert. We know that you can get some inspiration from these beautiful food forests and bountiful garden beds. We encourage you to visit them all.
Special opportunity: At 11:30 there will be a special Worm Bin Building class. After the tour, reserve your spot to stay and learn how to build your own worm bins by going through the steps to build your first one. Learn important details like Where you can set up worm bins, How to setup and care for worm bins and of course How to utilize worm castings as a cheap and easy garden amendment to improve your chances for organic garden and landscaping success. (RSVP required.)
Cost is $60 for up to two people. Materials are provided
Click here to RSVP for FRIDAY’S Worm Bin Class
April 20th at 10:30 Worm Bin class
NOTE: Our Urban Farm’s Tour Series are outdoor events as we tour these yards, and while the weather is great for our plants this time of year it can be a bit warm for our persons. So please bring water, wear or carry sun protection, and wear comfortable shoes. Also, some of these are private residences and they are kindly opening their yards for large groups of us, so we do not offer restroom facilities.