Events

TACC  Perennial Planting Workshop

We are having another workshop in December and I am so excited about it. If you are interested in how to properly plant perennial trees and shrubs, this is the workshop for you. It will be at our farm at 12:00 PM on December 3rd. There is a $10 fee. This is the link to the sign-up form: https://forms.gle/NUn5BVWNkmap2nDj6

Free Food Forest Field Day

Carbon Capture In My Food Forest Intro Class

I am hosting a free introduction to carbon capture class on November 13th from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM. If you are a teen or an adult interested in learning about carbon capture through food forests, come join us! To sign up fill out this Google Form. The address is 9501 Deer Range Rd., Moseley, VA 23120. Come ready to learn and full of enthusiasm! There will be a presentation as well as a small tour of my food forest.

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