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Organic Gardening 101: Applying Proven Farm Practices to Your Home Garden

May 6 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

$10 – $30

Saturday May 6th from 10:30-12:00

181 Drew Rd, Madbury, NH

Fat Peach Farm

Sliding scale of $10-$30 per person

Capacity of 25 people

Have you ever wanted to tend a garden, but don’t know where to start? Have you been gardening for years, but have questions you want answered? Join us at Fat Peach Farm to learn about how they use no-till permanent raised beds for production, tips and tricks for growing on a budget, and some of the foundations for building healthy soil and growing healthy crops. Bring your questions and experience to this informal, interactive discussion to learn how to apply proven practices from a farm to your own garden. For those who are interested in continuing the conversation over lunch, BYO food/drink and enjoy eating outside while we talk about all things farm!

Tickets are available on a sliding scale between $10-$30. Pay less if you have to and more if you can. Our goal is to make these events more accessible to everyone in the community. Children ages 12 and under are free and will not need a ticket as long as they are with an adult who does have a ticket.

What to bring: This is an outdoor event, please dress accordingly. Bring your own food and drink if you’d like to stay and enjoy lunch.

Additional details: Parking is available onsite, with overflow parking across the street at Green Acres Stables. There is a bathroom onsite. 

Partnership: This workshop is being offered as a collaboration between Seacoast Eat Local and Fat Peach Farm. All proceeds of your ticket sale will go to support the mission of Seacoast Eat Local: To cultivate a thriving food economy by building bridges between regional food producers and consumers. Learn more at seacoasteatlocal.org.



May 6
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
$10 – $30
Event Category:


Seacoast Eat Local


Fat Peach Farm
181 Drew Rd
Madbury, NH 03823 United States
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Seacoast Eat Local cultivates a thriving food economy by building bridges between regional food producers and consumers. Our vision is that the Seacoast Region will have a vibrant, diverse community of successful farms and food producers and ever-expanding access for consumers. In dedication to this mission, we operate four primary programs: Farmers' Markets, the Seacoast Harvest Local Food Guide, SNAP/EBT and incentives services, and consumer education programs. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and any donation made to support our work is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Seacoast Eat Local's tax ID number is 45-2547575