San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come out to learn the basics of growing food on a small scale. Learn how deeply to plant your tomatoes, what brassicas and nightshades are, and how to create a productive planting schedule. Leave this class knowing how to get into the dirt and come out with abundance, especially as we move into the fall/winter growing season.
The workshop will be taught by Ellie Lobovits, who has been farming for six years, most recently running a 7-acre organic vegetable farm. She delights in teaching folks of all ages about the plant world, both wild and cultivated.
This workshop is priced on a sliding scale. Please pay what you can. The recommended range is $5 - $15 in advance, $10 - $20 at the door.
Like all events here on the farm, we ask that you bring a canned food item to contrinute to our food bank. Thanks for your support
When & Where
Urban Adamah (“earth” in Hebrew) is a community organic farm and Jewish environmental education center located in Berkeley, CA.