School Garden Workshop


Apple Seeds Garden Workshops

Apple Seeds hosts free garden workshops for school garden leaders, teachers, and community members. Our workshops focus on diverse topics, each of which offers practical and interactive resources. Taught by Apple Seeds staff and local experts, these workshops are designed to give elementary and middle school garden leaders as well as home gardeners the skills and know-how to help their gardens flourish.
Apple Seeds is hosting two workshops. Details and registration is below.

Fruit Tree Care Workshop

WHAT: Fruit Tree Care Workshop, hosted by Apple Seeds & ATTRA
WHEN: February 10 from 9-12Noon
WHERE: Apple Seeds Teaching Farm
DETAILS: Cale Nicholson, Apple Seeds' Farm Manager and Guy Ames of ATTRA &  Ames Orchard and Nursery will lead an information-packed workshop about fruit trees. You'll learn all about fruit trees, what grows well here in this corner of Arkansas, when to plant them, how to take care of them and when to prune them. Come prepared with your questions and to help us prune our orchard at the Apple Seeds Teaching Farm.

2018 Fruit Tree Care Workshop Registration Form

  • Workshop Attendee Information

School Garden Workshop

WHAT: School Garden Workshop
WHEN: March 15 from 4-7PM
WHERE: Apple Seeds Teaching Farm
DETAILS: Join Apple Seeds on March 15th from 4:00-7:00 for our annual School Garden Workshop. This year, along with a Garden Care Q&A with our Farm Manager, we will explore ways to advocate for your school garden - from drumming up the support of your fellow educators to reaching out to your administration, to making sure your garden remains a beautiful & productive space. The workshop is free and open to educators and community members alike, however educators may qualify for 3 hours of professional development credit!

2018 School Garden Workshop Registration Form

  • Workshop Attendee Information

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