Class 10: Winterizing your Garden/Food Security 2023

Q: What will we eat this winter?  (and next spring?)

A: Delicious, nutrient-dense vegetables, fresh and free from your garden.

Tasty, fresh winter salads.  Hearty, flavorful roots and squashes.

And…Rich soil, year after year.   With less work.

Yes, you can have it all!

i1035 FW1.1
Saturday, October 22, 1-3:30 pm (followed by general garden tour and optional work/learn party)

***Soil care – Food security 2024, 2025, 2026…

***Crop care – Keep your plants going to feed you all winter! (No carpentry skills needed.)

***What you can plant now! (and how to do it): greens, peas, fava beans, garlic and more!

***Mama E’s Garden – weeds and wild plants you can eat even if you don’t have a garden.  Recipes!

***Got more questions?  ask them over lunch.

Free compost and kale seedlings to all participants.

Location: Cully neighborhood, NE Portland.  Frequent service on Trimet #75. Off-street bike parking available.

Cost:  $20-45 sliding scale.  Fundraiser for Black Oregon Land Trust.

$45.00Add to cart

This class is part of our 9-month program in the Year Round Harvest.

To pay an amount other than $45, choose “Check Payment” and then send by PayPal to

or bring payment to class.


Donate directly to BOLT and tell us what you gave (so we know how

effective this is).

Scholarships  (for entire series!)  and work-trade available.   Call to discuss.  No one turned away for lack of funds.

Class is limited to 20 students.