Seed to Supper

The Oregon State University Extension Service Master Gardener ™ Program, in partnership with the Oregon Food Bank, is proud to offer Seed to Supper in Curry and Del Norte Counties. Seed to Supper is a comprehensive six-week beginning gardening course that gives novice, adult gardeners the tools and confidence they need to successfully grow a portion of their own food on a limited budget.

Classes generally meet for 2 hours once a week for six weeks. At the first week's class, participants will be given a gardening booklet that is theirs to keep. At the completion of classes, participants may also be given seeds and/or plant starts to take home. Over the course of six weeks participants learn about building healthy soil; planning, planting, and caring for their garden; and harvesting and using their bounty. 

Course topics:

  • Garden site and soil development
  • Garden planning
  • Planting a garden
  • Caring for a growing garden
  • Harvesting and using garden bounty

Below is an example of the course outline in Brookings/Harbor and Crescent City.

Contact either Deb Lando (deborahlando@gmail.com) or (Rturner.schs@orcca.us) for more information.

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