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We currently offer presentations on the following topics.  Each is approximately one hour


Got way too much production from your garden this year?  No problem!  We'll show you the easiest and best ways to preserve it!

Offered July - October

Composting 101

Did you know you can recycle all your kitchen scraps and yard waste, and turn it into beneficial food for your plants?  Yep.  We've got it all covered, from the "how to" to the "how much"

Offered March - October

Indoor Seed Starting

There are so many more varities of vegetables than what the garden centers offer!  We'll show you everything you need to know to take advantage of this                

Eric Bromberg

Offered November - April

Container Gardening

Short on space, but still have visions of growing your own produce?  Come learn all about growing in containers!

Offered February - June

Herb Gardening

Let's face it....  store bought herbs, either fresh or dried, can really put a strain on your wallet.  Why not grow your own?

Offered January - October

Companion Planting & Design

Location, location, location.....  some plants just naturally grow better next to other, and well, some don't.  Here's where you can learn what keeps the peace in your garden

Offered January - June

Tomato Growing

Without question, tomatoes are the number one home garden crop.  We will teach you the best ways to maximize your harvest

Offered March - October

Growing A Summer Salad

Is there anything more refreshing in the summer than a homegrown salad?  We'll give you the basics on lettuce, tomato, and cucumber growing

Offered April - June

Raised Bed Gardening

Everything you ever wanted to know about raised beds, including how to build, fill, site, and plant them

Offered March - May

"The Organic Approach"


Bugs taking over your life?  Weary of spraying the wrong stuff on your food?  We'll help take all the guess work out of everything

Offered May - September

Growing Cucurbits


Love the look and taste of summer and fall squash?  We'll help get the best yield possible from all your zucchini, cucumbers, pumpkins, and everything in between

Offered February - May

The Pollinator Garden

Pollinators are the life blood for good production.  We will explore ways to attract bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other beneficials to your garden


Offered year round

Closing The Garden

While the end of the season can be depressing, it's also the best time to get a jump start on the following year.  We'll explore pruning, seed saving, mulching, and composting

Offered July - October

Healthy Garden Recipes

Fresh is best!  Prepare healthy meals with the ingredients from your backyard garden!

Offered January - September

The Backyard Orchard

Growing tree fruit can be challenging, but with a few hints and the right techniques, you'll have enough apples, pears, and everything else for the entire neighborhood!

Offered March - October

Indoor Growing

Grow all kinds of plants, from ornamentals to edibles from the comfort of your own home. Grow hydroponically or with LED lights. Learn all about self-watering plants and soil created especially for indoor growing 

Offered year round

Houseplants 101

Grow houseplants to make you happy, clean your air and beautify your home. We will review several of the easiest plants to grow and will also learn to identify common plant-growing problems; 

Offered year round

Sustainable Gardening

Become a more efficient gardener by learning how to elongate your growing season and maximize your output, all while preserving resources. 

Offered year round

Lifecycle of Seeds

All about sowing, harvesting and storing seeds.. Presentation deals with all types of seed starting as well as which seeds to harvest and how to store them to add to your sustainable life.

Offered year round

Gardening With Children

Learn interesting tools, techniques and projects that children will love. Even the youngest child can benefit from learning to grow plants.

Offered year round

Basics of Hydroponics

Grow all kinds of plants without soil from the comfort of your own home. Use water and nutrients to supply your family with veggies and herbs, all year long

Eric Bromberg

Offered year round

Indoor Mushroom Growing 


Remote via Zoom

Did you know that gourmet mushrooms can cost $30 per pound in the store? Learn how to grow your own mushrooms using limited space. Isaiah is an accomplished mushroom farmer from Colorado.

Isaiah Chavez

Offered year round

Seed Swap Events  


You have wonderful gardeners in your area who love to trade their seeds, ideas and friendship. Let me host an event for them. They will learn all about seeds from planting to harvest. This is a great community event.

Offered January - April

Winter Sowing with Milk Jugs NEW


Interacive workshop Let's plant some seeds using milk jugs as mini-green houses using this easy, effective method of planting seedlings without indoor lighting or a greenhouse

Offered September -March

Grow your Leafy Greens  NEW               

Learn to successfully grow the most nutritionally dense food on the planet. Growing kale, spinach, chard and lettuce using several methods will be the topics of our discussion 

Offered January - January - September

Veggie Gardening for Beginners New             

No experience. No problem. Get some tips from the pro and grow healthy, tasty vegetables from your own back yard

Eric Bromberg

Offered January - May

Gardening and Water Conservation        New


Learn several techniques to hydrate your garden in preparation for droughts and dry, Summer conditions.

Offered March - September

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