Garden Accessories Workshops

Ever wanted to learn how to make a rain barrel? Or, maybe some other neat garden accessories?
Rural Resources is hosting a series of workshops to share our best knowledge about how to resourcefully build structures and other items for the garden.


Rain Barrel Build
April showers bring May flowers!

Rain barrels will be the first project for the first of four sessions of Rural Resources' Garden Accessories Workshop Series.

We are partnering with the Middle Nolichuckey Watershed Alliance.

Attendees will have the option to donate the rain barrel to Rural Resources as an auction item at an event or they may take it home with them.


Garden Extras

With the season in full bloom, learn economical ways to enhance your garden.

Join us to build a reclaimed wood mantled herb garden, upcycled garden markers and organic pest sprays.

Garden accessories will be the second project for a four session Rural Resources Garden Accessories Workshop Series.

Attendees will have the option to donate some or all of what we make to Rural Resources as an auction item at an event or they may take it home with them.

Registration and materials cost: $50
Or, get a discount by signing up for all four sessions for $150.

All proceeds go to furthering Rural Resources' mission to connect farms, food and families.

 


 

Other workshop topics include:

August 6: Compost & Pollinators - worm bins, mason bee hives, carpenter bee traps

October 8: Season Extension - various cold frames



With the season in full bloom,
learn economical ways to enhance your garden.

Join us to build a reclaimed wood mantled herb garden,
upcycled garden markers and organic pest sprays.

Rural Resources

Garden accessories will be the second project for a four session Rural Resources Garden Accessories Workshop Series.

Attendees will have the option to donate some or all of what we make to Rural Resources as an auction item at an event or they may take it home with them.

Registration and materials cost: $50
Or, get a discount by signing up for all four sessions for $150.

HerbGarden

PestSpray

All proceeds go to furthering Rural Resources' mission to connect farms, food and families.

Other workshop topics include:
August 6: Compost & Pollinators - worm bins, mason bee hives, carpenter bee traps

October 8: Season Extension - various cold frames

We look forward to seeing you out on the farm.

Contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. With the season in full bloom,

learn economical ways to enhance your garden.

Join us to build a reclaimed wood mantled herb garden,
upcycled garden markers and organic pest sprays.

Rural Resources

Garden accessories will be the second project for a four session Rural Resources Garden Accessories Workshop Series.

Attendees will have the option to donate some or all of what we make to Rural Resources as an auction item at an event or they may take it home with them.

Registration and materials cost: $50
Or, get a discount by signing up for all four sessions for $150.

HerbGarden

PestSpray

All proceeds go to furthering Rural Resources' mission to connect farms, food and families.

Other workshop topics include:
August 6: Compost & Pollinators - worm bins, mason bee hives, carpenter bee traps

October 8: Season Extension - various cold frames

We look forward to seeing you out on the farm.

Contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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