Salves from the Garden

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

Soils, Seeds and Starts – Spring Workshop!

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!

MORE Beginning Organic Gardening Classes!

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!

2017 Beginning Organic Gardening Classes

Are you looking to grow your own food this year?  Yarducopia will have a series of one-hour, beginning-level classes starting January 19th.  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 to the … More 2017 Beginning Organic Gardening Classes

Edible Flowers

Flowers aren’t just for show, they’re also delicious and useful! Many flowers are great as salad garnishes! Borage: Borage flowers taste as nice as they look. They’re a little sweet and taste like cucumber, and are delicious on their own or as a salad garnish. I personally can’t help but eat a few whenever I’m … More Edible Flowers