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April 2017
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Build-Your-Own Rain Barrel

April 4 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

This hands-on workshop will teach step-by-step how to construct your own rain barrel out of salvaged barrels. Take home your own 35 or 55 gallon constructed rain barrel. Class is limited to 8 couples or individuals. All materials provided. Cost: $45 (couples/pairs will be charged by barrel)

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$20.00

Growing Veggies All Season

April 25 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Growing Veggies All Season

Planting strategies for the home gardener to help keep your veggie patch thriving and productive over the entire growing season. This class will discuss seasonal planting strategies and help individuals create their own home garden planting chart and garden layout. Rebecca is the director at Wozupi and has been farming and gardening for most of her life. Cost: $20

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May 2017
$15.00

Garden Insects

May 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Garden Insects

Annoyed by aphids? Bothered by bugs? Jinxed by Japanese beetles? Come learn from a University of Minnesota entomologist! In this class we will explore common insects that may be found in gardens on vegetables, fruits, and flowers, looking at both pests and beneficial insects. We’ll discuss how to identify them, important biology, and the best pest management strategies. Cost: $15

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$25.00

Make Your Own Herb Pot

May 23 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Make Your Own Herb Pot

In this hands-on class you will select from a variety of organically grown culinary herbs and plant your own herb pot to take home. Beautiful, fragrant, compact and easy to care for, herb pots are great for quick access to cooking with fresh herbs in your home kitchen. Take home tips, resources and recipes that use fresh herbs in the kitchen. Cost: $25

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June 2017
$15.00

So Much Produce!

June 22 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
So Much Produce!

Get the longest shelf life out of your CSA/TSA (Community Supported Agriculture/Tribally Supported Agriculture) shares or fresh seasonal produce from the farmers market. In this class you will learn best practices for quick processing, food storage techniques and simple preservation methods for in-season fresh farm produce that will help you stay on top of your weekly produce purchases while minimizing waste. Cost: $15

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$10.00

Farmer for a Day: Kids Program

June 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Farmer for a Day

Wozupi Tribal Gardens is home to a children’s garden, laying hens, goats and several acres of vegetables. In this 90-minute program kids will help with farm chores: feeding animals, collecting eggs, and tending the garden. All participants will also have the chance to plant a sunflower to take home with them. This is a great hands-on opportunity for kids to experience the wonders of a small farm. Cost: 10 per child (adult must accompany)

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