Learn the insider’s tips for how to plan for and manage a beautiful and productive food and cut flower garden. This is a free workshop that will include a light dinner and time for questions.
The Yard Farmer will be at the Monocacy Farm Project’s 3rd Annual Food Festival on Saturday, September 15, 2018. In addition to hosting an info table all day, we will be giving a workshop at 12:00 noon about Fall Gardening Techniques. Come and learn how to put your garden to bed for the winter, how to plant garlic, and how to extend the growing season with cold frames.
The 3rd Annual Monocacy Farm Food Festival is a fundraiser for The Monocacy Farm Project in Bethlehem, PA. All proceeds from the event will go directly to benefit The Monocacy Farm Project.
The farm project in part provides organically grown vegetables to 10 shelters, soup kitchens, and food pantries in the Lehigh Valley.
We hope you will join us for an exciting day full of hands-on activities, face painting, demonstrations, local food and artisans, music, farm tours, great raffles and more!!!
The first 100 individuals/families will receive a free bag with goodies inside! :)
$5 suggested donation per person or $10 per family.
SEPTEMBER 15th, 2018 ... 11-4pm
***Rain date - September 22nd
See you at the farm!
The Yard Farmer is teaming up with Switchback Pizza for a fun and informative workshop that is open to the public. Come learn how to plant a container garden that you can enjoy on your patio or balcony! Attendees will get hands-on instruction and will get to take home their own hand-constructed cedar planter box, filled with their choice of starter plants. Following the workshop, attendees will enjoy some piping hot pizza and some great conversation. Click here to register! Cost: $39 per person.
If you have a community garden plot, patio container garden, or backyard garden, and you have wondered how to get more produce out of a small space, then this workshop is for you! Learn tips on planning out the garden, preparing the soil, tending the plants, and extending the growing season with simple, inexpensive innovations. We will also demystify the information on seed packets and in seed catalogs. Question and answer session to follow.
Amy Cook from The Yard Farmer will join Edge of the Woods Nursery in Orefield to present a workshop on how to plan your garden for a continuous harvest of vegetables, herbs, fruit, and flowers--all season long! Click here for more information and to register!