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How to Take Our Classes

We have new classes available!

Click here to see the list of topics. We have classes for beginners through experts on subjects like permaculture, soil, insects, beneficial wildlife habitats, plant propagation, fruits, vegetables, seeds, heirlooms, backyard chickens, beekeeping, winter growing, and preparing a garden for next season.

Photo Caption: Learn about tomato varieties and more in the “Seed Saving and Heirloom Plants” class on October 12th, 2013.

We’re teaching small classes (limited to 12 students per class and available first come, first serve) in a wonderful little schoolhouse next to the North Main Organic Garden. There is heating, A/C, restrooms, and a roof to keep the rain off! Note that we are not having the classes at Appalachian Feet at this time since the weather is too unpredictable and we don’t have a rain shelter in our yard.

It’s easy to purchase classes, just use the Paypal drop box under the date you choose (if you want more than one class, click the “continue shopping” button after each selection).

We hope to see you in class!

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