Classes and Workshops

25th Annual Spring Conference // March 9–11, 2018

Friday Pre-conference Workshops

These all-day, immersive workshops are offered on Friday, March 9, 2018 and run from 9:30AM to 4:30PM. Choose from 3 workshops, all taught by special guest speakers:

  • Food for All: Growing Our Community as We Grow Our Food with Karen Washington
  • Human Health = Soil Health with Dan Kittredge
  • The Independent Farmstead: Smart, Savvy, Scalable Land Stewardship with Beth and Shawn Dougherty

Saturday and Sunday Classes

Classes are 90-minutes long with a 30-minute break between each class. The classes are organized into 17 learning tracks:

  1. Community Food
  2. Cooking
  3. Earth Skills
  4. Farmers: Beginning
  5. Farmers: Experienced
  6. Gardening
  7. Herbs
  8. Homesteading
  9. Livestock
  10. Mushrooms
  11. Permaculture
  12. Pollinators
  13. Poultry
  14. Soils
  15. Sustainable Forestry
  16. Sustainable Living
  17. Thinking Big

$10 Half-Day Workshops

Saturday and Sunday each feature 8 hands-on, half-day workshops—4 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon. You must be registered for one or both days of the conference to attend these half-day workshops. Additionally, they require an extra $10 per class for material fees. Most sessions have a limited class size. If a workshop isn’t listed on the registration form, it has SOLD OUT.

Sunday Half-Day Workshops are a repeat of Saturday’s. Many of the 90-minute classes on Saturday are also repeated on Sunday so that you may attend these workshops without missing any of your favorite classes. For questions, email Sprout Morgan at registration@organicgrowersschool.org.

Samhita Kudva

Samhita Kudva

I am the Communications & Marketing Director for Organic Growers School. I studied photojournalism and began my career as a page designer for The News & Observer. For 8 years, I led the print and digital publishing efforts for a global health project at UNC-Chapel Hill. I’m excited to use my nonprofit experience to help OGS provide organic education in Southern Appalachia.