Whether you're brand new to gardening or a seasoned pro, join us for an upcoming webinar or workshop.
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Building Healthy Soil
Healthy soil supports your plants. Learn about the microscopic network of life teeming below ground and ways you can support microbes that make your garden grow.
The Power of Healing Gardens
Dr. Lisa Philander, curator of the U of M's new Conservatory & Botanical Collection, shares how gardens impact individuals, societies, cultures and the environment.
All About Ligularia
Let's talk about leopard plants and their compatibility with other plants in your garden.
Backyard Food Forests
Russ Henry, founder of Bee Safe Minneapolis, shares how you can plan and plant landscapes filled with fruiting native trees, shrubs and edible perennials.
Regenerating Urban Land
a four-part workshop
Register for individual classes below, or SAVE $25 when you sign up for the full series.
All classes are presented by Paula Westmoreland of Ecological Design, LLC.
Explore our water paradigm and discuss strategies you can use for working with water on land in your circle of care.
Working with Plants
Explore ecological partnerships to cultivate in your work with plants and strategies for supporting plant life during climate change.
Working with Urban Soil
Dig into soil ecosystems, the latest science in growing nutrient-dense foods, the challenges of urban soils and ways to regenerate it.
Cultivating a Deeper Land Relationship
Gather lessons, stories, assessment tools and practices to help you understand your land more deeply.
Get ready for National Pollinator Week with the UMN Bee Lab! Learn bee ID basics, how to use your phone to monitor bees and where monitoring and data collection is most needed.
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Dig into the archives and find our favorite, pre-recorded presentations ($8 each). Gain instant access to info on a variety of topics and learn from trusted cold-climate gardening pros.
Enjoy valuable northern gardening tips all year long—join the hort!