Yoga for Gardeners is a class designed to help you better access your mobility and balance through poses that are often found in gardening movements. It is a gentle class that is appropriate for all experience levels. Please bring a yoga mat and any props you might have, as well as any extra seeds or … More Yoga for Gardeners class
Want to feed your garden and save the world? Learn the joy, art and science of composting! In this two hour workshop, taught by Christine Wilcox, we will build a hot compost pile together, discuss the pros and cons of hot vs cold composting, and talk about what materials are best, good, and bad for composting. Be … More Composting Workshop
Would you like to grow edible mushrooms in your garden beds or paths? It’s easy. In this two hour class, taught by Christine Wilcox you will learn about using King Strophria, aka Garden Giant, in the garden. We will make a mushroom bed and “plant” some mycelium. If you bring a bucket or cardboard box, you can … More Mushrooms in the Garden Workshop
Weeds have received such a bad reputation over the past several decades that is often undeserved! They are considered eyesores and are constantly undergoing eradication without understanding of the role they play in nutrition and health! In this 2 hour workshop, taught by Ashlie Coyle, you will learn how to identify the common weeds that … More Weeds and Your Health
In this 2-hour class, Christine Wilcox will teach you how to make salves from local herbs. Salves are a wonderful way to use the healing properties of herbs. We will use infused oils with herbs and turn the oils into salves. You will go home with a salve you helped create and empowered with the … More Salves from the Garden Class
Earth Day is coming. Spend the evening learning how to start your own seeds. Are you spending too much money buying starts every year? Have you unsuccessfully started seeds in the past? Do you want to have more choices in plant varieties? Come learn to start your own seeds, and take them home with you! … More Earth Day Seed Starting Class
Are you spending too much money buying starts every year? Have you unsuccessfully started seeds in the past? Do you want to have more choices in plant varieties? Come learn to start your own seeds, and take them home with you! This two (2) hour class, taught by Alivia DeBusk, is designed for the begining … More Seed Starting Class
Salves from the Garden November 29th, 6pm-8pm at Anchorage Community House Have you ever wondered how salves and balms are made? Well here’s your chance to find out. In this 2-hour class, Christine Wilcox and Alivia DeBusk will teach you how to make salves from local herbs. Salves are a wonderful way to use the … More Salves from the Garden
Get the Scoop, Organic Gardeners! Come plant seeds and learn how to plant without using pesticides with renowned gardener, Ellie Vande Visse! She was an Environmental Education Consultant in West Michigan for 20 school districts, and developer of a nature center. In Alaska, her Good Earth Gardens have been a teaching lab as well as … More Soils, Seeds and Starts – Spring Workshop!
Are you looking to grow your own food this year? Yarducopia is continuing its series of one-hour, beginning-level classes with some repeats, some new offerings. Each class will run from 7-8pm on Thursdays, and cost $10. All proceeds will help fund Yarducopia, which creates gardening and community-building opportunities in Anchorage. These are small, hands-on classes that are limited … More MORE Beginning Organic Gardening Classes!