gardening series

We’ve expanded our 2021 Gardening Series to cover three seasons!
All classes will be fully ONLINE.

Your purchase includes lifetime access to this content
PLUS a private membership area with extra resources,
community boards, and the ability to ask questions to instructor
Diana McCall for the duration of the series!

Class Schedule & Curriculum

6 Classes over 3 Seasons

Our Gardening Series features 2 classes for each season: Spring, Summer & Fall. Get year-round garden guidance to support you in having your best year in the garden yet. In addition to practical tips, you’ll gain confidence, increase your curiosity and wonder, and be inspired to live a truly healthy life in balance and accord with the Earth.

You can purchase each season individually, or purchase all three for a discounted rate.


spring seed start

Recorded on
March 29th and April 5th, 2021

Topics: Site planning, Preparing a bed for planting, Seeds versus Starts, How to sow seeds and transplant starts, Crops for Spring, Tool Show and Tell, Soil Science 101, Becoming a steward for soil fertility and species diversity


summer tomatoes garden

Recorded on May 3rd and 10th, 2021

Topics: How to build Sensational Compost, Forging a new relationship with Weeds, Crops for Summer, Watering, Fertilizing, Pollinators and Companion Plants


fall pumpkins

July 26th and August 2nd, 2021
6:00-8:00pm EST

Topics: Crops for Fall, Low Tunnel Construction, Winter Gardening, Planning for next year’s garden:  Cover Cropping, Double Digging, Sheet Mulching

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Full Series – $149

Note: the Spring & Summer Classes have passed, this purchase includes access to both recordings plus the LIVE Fall Classes

Spring Class Recordings – $45

recorded on March 29th and April 5th, 2021

Summer Class Recordings – $45

recorded on May 3rd and 10th, 2021

LIVE! Fall Classes – $70

July 26th and August 2nd, 2021

Instructor: Diana Schmitt McCall

Instructor: Diana Schmitt McCall

Diana McCall manages the Dr. John Wilson Community Garden which is home to nearly 70 gardening families, over 100 fruit and nut trees, mushroom logs, a native species trail and a biodynamic donation garden which produces 4000 pounds of produce annually for distribution in Black Mountain. Her work also includes school garden programs, expanding community gardens in the town, and partnering with numerous agencies and institutions to educate her community on how to grow, access and prepare healthy food for themselves and their families.