June 14-17, 2018 Organic Gardening Intensive


You really can grow most of the food your family needs.

With this 4 day intensive, we’ll garden every morning and you’ll get the hands-on experience and gain the confidence to get started on your own.

We’ll visit other Permaculture homesteads and gardens, including Amish country.


There will be a special focus on beekeeping.

  • Everyone will get to put on a bee suit and take a look inside the hives.
  • Saturday afternoon we will harvest honey, spinning the frames in an extractor.

bees frame

We’ll begin on Thursday evening with dinner, followed by a presentation overview on gardening for food production, showing how you can produce all the fruits, vegetables and protein you need to feed yourself and your family.
Friday morning we’ll gather in the garden at 6 AM and beat the heat.

At 9 AM we’ll break for showers and breakfast.

Friday after breakfast we’ll visit the local Amish community other Permaculture Homesteads.

We’ll visit gardens around The Farm on Saturday when folks will be home from work.

straw-mulchJune is peak garden time. We’ll be planting and tending:

  • Tomatoes
  • Peppers
  • Eggplant
  • Swiss Chard
  • Broccoli
  • Green Beans
  • Summer Squash, Zucchini
  • Sweet Corn, Cornmeal (Dent) Corn
  • Sweet Potatoes, White Potatoes
  • Strawberries, Blackberries
  • Raspberries, Blueberries
  • Winter Squash
  • Herbs
  • and more

You’ll also learn how to preserve food, including:

  • Freezing food to maintain freshness and flavor
  • Using the dehydrator
  • Canning



More veggies in the garden:

  • Onions, Garlic
  • Watermelon, Cantaloupe
  • Okra
  • Carrots, Beets

Only $325 for all 4 days including all meals. REGISTER NOW
Note: Does not include camping or accommodations.

Please contact me to plan our time together!

“The organic gardening weekend was a beautiful experience! Even with it raining nearly all weekend, we found tons to keep us busy, from harvesting honey to touring Permaculture farms in the area. I was so happy I got to visit The Farm and see life in an intentional community as well.  All in all I hope i make it back someday.”

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