- Gardening 101
- Starting Potatoes
- Container Gardening
To fully address food security Food for Friends also teaches and/or assists people in growing their own food, increasing people's access to nutrient dense foods. Being able to grow your own fresh fruits and vegetables can reduce your household food expenses. Homegrown produce is usually organic and can also provide meaningful daily activity for people.
Food for Friends will have several community garden plots that Food for Friends will tend. Vegetables from our community gardens will be used for our meal programs.
We will have a variety of workshops & seminars that will assist people in getting started with their garden. Whether it is starting herbs or potatoes inside or a whole landscaping overhaul outside.
Food for Friends workshops are open to anyone wanting more knowledge around growing food. Entrance into any gardening workshop is via a $5 donation that goes towards the costs of facilitating the workshops.
The donation is required at the time of registration and is non-refundable. To register please clink on the link below.