NOFA-NH Organic Gardening Series

“Feeding the Family”
Organic Gardening Series

Are you tending a garden for the first time or for many years now?

Our “Feeding the Family” Organic Gardening Workshop Series offers tips for new and experienced gardeners seeking to feed themselves and their families.

Learn about garden planning, healthy soils, pests and diseases, container gardening, building raised beds and much more in this 15 class gardening series!

Attend 1, 2, 3 or all 15 classes. NOFA-NH Members save on workshop costs. Not a Member? Join today!

Class Schedule

All classes are on Tuesdays from 6 – 8 PM

  • Feb 23 – Vegetable Garden Planning

  • March 2 – Starting Transplants from Seed

  • March 9 – Healthy Soil for Happy Plants and Higher Yields Part 1

  • March 16 – Healthy Soil for Happy Plants and Higher Yields Part 2

  • March 23 – Container and Raised Bed Gardening

  • March 30 – Diseases: A Fungus Among Us

  • April 6 – Pests: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

  • April 13 – Growing Your Favorite Veggies

  • April 20 – Growing Great Tasting Tomatoes

  • April 27 – A Four Season Harvest

  • June 8 – Instruction and Q & A Discussion

  • July 13 – Instruction and Q & A Discussion

  • August 10 – Instruction and Q & A Discussion

  • September 7 – Instruction and Q & A Discussion

  • October 5 – Instruction and Q & A Discussion

Pricing & Registration

Individual Classes

  • Members: $18/class

  • Non-Members: $20/class

Full Series (15 Classes)

  • Members: $255

  • Non-Members: $280

Scholarship Tickets Available! Thanks to grant funding from the New Hampshire Electric Co-op Foundation, NHEC members in need can access the entire series for free. Please contact to inquire.

*Please refer to our refund policy

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About the Instructor: Ron Christie is passionate about teaching people how to grow their own nutritious organic food for better health and well-being. He is an avid four-season grower, and a former NOFA-NH Board Member and Master Gardener who loves sharing his experiences as a gardener and farmer. Ron and his family own Living Earth Farm in Concord, NH, and are the former owners of a certified organic vegetable and fruit micro-farm in Brookline, NH.

Check out our Northeast Organic Gardening Videos here.


Strafford County Master Gardeners Association, part of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, is forty+ gardeners strong, educating through gardening in Strafford County New Hampshire.
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1 Response to NOFA-NH Organic Gardening Series

  1. Great line-up and great prices!

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