Information for Attendees


Each 2-day workshop runs Friday to Saturday, September 7–8, 2018, starting at 9:30AM and ending at 4:30PM on both days (with a one-hour lunch break). You may register for the first day (Friday only) of any workshop—or—both days (Friday and Saturday) for a more in-depth experience.



All three workshops will take place at Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa, NC.

Garden Cabin
The Sustainable Poultry Flock with Jim Adkins

Lower Fellowship Hall
Tending Your Inner Garden with Monica Corrado

Morris’ Pavilion
Mushrooms, Molds, and Mycorrhizae with Tradd Cotter



We recommend that you park in the Kittredge Theatre lot which has ample parking space. There is limited parking on central campus; however, parking around the garden cabin is restricted to service vehicles only. We will provide a detailed campus map with workshop locations to each registered participant. Be sure to allow enough time for travel plus parking and walking through Warren Wilson’s beautiful campus.



Check-in for each workshops begins at 8:45AM. Please don’t arrive before 8:00AM.



Gladfelter Student Center features two dining halls that will be available to workshop participants for lunch:

  • The cafeteria on the main floor offers a wide selection of vegetarian and meat entrees, fresh-made salads and dressings, homemade soups, and desserts.
  • The Cowpie Café, located on the lower level, offers ONLY vegan and vegetarian options.

Both facilities source their food from the college garden and farm and offer gluten-free and diary-free options. All attendees are encouraged to network, exchange knowledge, and eat together on the third floor of Gladfelter where each of the Harvest Conference instructors will have a booth set up to sell their goods. Feel free to bring your own lunch or dine off campus at a local restaurant.

Hours: 11:15AM–1:00PM
Price: $8.97 at both locations



Weather in the mountains is very unpredictable. Please come prepared for extremely hot or damp/chilly weather. Make sure to bring water and snacks as needed. Please note that the workshops will be held rain or shine and that there are no refunds.

Organic Growers School, a 501c3 nonprofit, has been the premiere provider of practical and affordable organic education in the Southern Appalachians for 25 years.

Contact Us
(828) 214-7833
PO Box 17804
Asheville, NC 28816