Seeds to Starts Workshop

Seeds to Starts plant Our 2016 Spring Seeds to Starts workshop dates are now open for registration!
Seeds to Starts Part 1 - Saturday, January 9th - 9am to noon (done!)
Register now for Seeds to Starts Part 2Saturday, February 13th - 9am to noon (new date)

Meet-up Location: 1210 Rosewood Ave, Austin, TX 78702 (map and photo link)

Note that February 13th is a new date for STS Part 2.

Join us for one or both parts of our workshop to learn how to start growing your own vegetables from seed AND help Austinites in need get access to nutritious affordable food. At these hands-on workshops, participants learn how to prepare soil for seeds, how to plant seeds, and how to transfer seedlings into starter pots. GCP uses the starter plants produced in these workshops in our gardens.

Dig-Ins

School gardeners

Our 2016 Spring Dig-Ins dates are now open for registration!

Help us build and refurbish gardens around Austin by signing up for one or more Dig-In dates. Each Dig-In runs from 8:30am till 12 or 1pm.

Meet-up Location: 1210 Rosewood Ave, Austin, TX 78702 (map and photo link)

Dig-In Leadership Training

The 2016 Spring Dig-In Leadership training workshop is now open for registration!

Register now for Dig-In Leadership Training on Saturday, Feb 27th, 8:30am to 1pm

Location: 1210 Rosewood Ave, Austin, TX 78702 (map and photo link)

Dig-In Leaders are Green Corn Project's most valuable resource! The more Dig-In Leaders we have, the more people we can help. We are always on the lookout for volunteers willing to take the next step and become Dig-In Leaders.

Garden Maintenance Workshop

Our 2015 Fall Garden Maintenance workshop is now complete!

You can sign up for our mailing list (see left) to be notified when the 2016 Spring Gardening Maintenance workshop dates are set and registration opens.

Join us to learn how to maintain your vegetables gardens. We will learn about weeding, mulching, pest and disease control, thinning, and fertilizing. At these hands-on workshops, participants learn how to keep their gardens healthy and productive. Be prepared to be outside. Bring water and protection from the sun.

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