Throughout the year, we offer educational workshops through our Learn to Grow Program on a variety of topics - from beekeeping and urban chicken care to organic gardening and cooking! Whether you are a beginning gardener just getting started, a seasoned grower looking to learn some new organic techniques, or practically a professional looking for something new to grow, Wasatch Community Gardens has a class for you.
In 2013, Wasatch Community Gardens offered over 60 classes focused on organic gardening and sustainable living.
We try to offer educational opportunities for gardeners of all levels. Try using one of the links above to find a workshop on a certain topic, or follow this link to find a list of all workshops that are open for registration. Please check back to find more learning opportunities. If you have suggestions of workshops you would like to take or teach, please email Mike or call (801) 359.2658 x 10.
Click here to see a more complete list of our workshops.
Bottle Your Brandywines
Tuesday, August 19th
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Harmons City Creek - 135 E 100 S, Salt Lake City
Summer in a Jar Canning Series Class
Preserve the freshness of summer by canning tomatoes to use all winter long! Using a water bath technique, we’ll help you stop the fruits of your garden labor from slipping away! Read more ›
Fed By Wild Nature
Friday, September 12th - Sunday, September 14th
Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch - Boulder, UT
Explore how nature feeds us, heals us, and improves our wellness at this weekend retreat! Topics and Workshops will include: Herbal healing and first aid, producing medicinal salves and tinctures, foraging for wild edibles, healthy... Read more ›
Food is a hot topic in the news lately; where it comes from, how it is grown; it’s carbon footprint, food miles, GMOs, and everything in between. Let us help guide you through the murky waters of our food system as we discuss these complex topics with local experts. Join us for one or all six of these FREE monthly-discussions, the third Tuesday of the month April through September, as we start to shed light on the larger, multi-faceted topic of the food we eat.
If you have any questions about our workshops and classes, email Mike or call 801-359-2658 x10.