Courtney Tchida is the Community Programs Director for the Minnesota State Horticultural Society. Courtney has over 20 years of experience working in horticulture and food-systems education. She spent 16 years at the University of Minnesota coordinating the Student Programs in Sustainable Agriculture and managing Cornercopia Student Organic Farm. She has experience growing a wide variety of edible crops, planning and implementing gardens for schools, farms and food shelf gardens.
MN Organic conferences, MSHS, PRI Cold Climate, Gardening Matters, various garden clubs
Starting Seeds, Growing Vegetables, Herbs & Fruits, Garden Planning, Cover Crops & Soil Fertility, Season Extension, Urban Farming, Permaculture, BioIntensive Growing, Organic Practices, Seed Saving, Heirloom Tomatoes, Growing Ginger, Growing Day-Neutral Strawberries, Co-Teaches a Plant your Garden and Eat it too series with local Chef Beth Jones