End of Season Workshop

End of Season Workshop

Sunday, November 8th 1-4pm @ Free Haven Farms, 105 Williams St., Lawnside, NJ 08045

Come out to the farm for this hands-on workshop that will show you everything you need to end your growing season in a way to put you ahead for next year. This workshop is perfect for people who want to get started in Spring 2021 for the first time!

In this 3-hour workshop, you'll get:

  • Lecture by experienced farmer, Micaiah Hall, about composting, building healthy soil, and the principles behind cover crops and over-wintering plants, followed by Q&A
  • Hands-on experience planting cover crops
  • Hands-on experience planting garlic and shallots
  • A packet of cover crop seeds and garlic/shallots for you to plant at home
  • Composting demonstration
  • Bring in a soil sample from your site to receive on-site soil analysis by Dr. Cynthia Hall
  • Written guide on end of season practices
  • Video recording of the session

You get all of this for just $100. Space is limited, due to COVID restrictions. We will be practicing social distancing during the workshop and all participants are required to wear a face mask.

Our workshop is available to attend virtually as well!

With the virtual workshop you'll get:

  • Written guide on end of season practices
  • A packet of cover crop seeds and garlic/shallots for you to plant at home
  • Lecture by experienced farmer, Micaiah Hall, about composting, building healthy soil, and the principles behind cover crops and over-wintering plants, followed by Q&A
  • Video recording of the session

Order our virtual session for just $50. Space is also limited for our virtual session since we will be mailing each participant a kit containing the seeds and manual. Register now to secure your spot!

 

End of Season Workshop

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