Organic Gardening Certificate Program

Registration Closed for Spring 2010 OGCP Traning

Comprehensive Training in Organic Gardening

Learn the knowledge and skills of organic gardening, urban agriculture,
and ecological landscaping. This program is similar in scope and scale
to the OSU Extension Service Master Gardener™ Program... with an
organic gardening focus. It utilizes a hands-on and active-learning
format to teach participants about all aspects of growing and caring
for plants without synthesized chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
This 66-hour training was created by OSU Extension, Oregon Tilth, and
other program partners to support the groundswell of interest in
organic gardening, ecological landscaping, and food security in the
Portland metro area.

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Upcoming Class- Spring 2010

The Organic Gardening Certificate Program (OGCP) will be offered for the third time spring 2010. 

Course dates are Saturdays, April 10 - June  19, 2010 (except May 29).

Will will formally announce registration for the training in late January and launch registration in February.

Cost of $550 includes instruction and course materials.

We hope to see you there!


To get on Our Contact List for future classes:

Call 503 706-9193 or email ogcp.register@gmail.com.

OGCP Course Content

Soils, compost, plant biology, plant propagation, garden planning/design, vegetable gardens, ecological landscapes, ornamental plants, rain gardens, entomology, Integrated Pest Management (IPM), and fruit and nut production.

Volunteer Practicum

Participants will also have the opportunity to serve as garden
educators by connecting with a variety of local gardening projects and
organizations through a 30-hour volunteer practicum.

The production of the Organic Gardening is a partnership between OSU Extension Service Community and Urban Horticulture Program and Oregon Tilth Organic Education Center. 


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