If you’re starting or expanding your farm business, we offer a path to success through training, networking, and support.

Home Growing

We provide you with quality gardening education, ideas for inspiration, and connections to other growers in Western NC.

Our classes, workshops, and services will inspire you, build your confidence, and support you in creating your sustainable life.

Learn to farm, garden, and live organically through our hands-on training, workshops, conferences, and partnerships.

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Organic Growers School is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization

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Testimonials

Honestly, Farm Beginnings has changed my life for the better. I am leaving the course with functional knowledge of farm business, a wealth of resources, and direction for my life. I can’t thank you all enough.
Farm Beginnings Participant

I can’t fully express my appreciation for the passion conveyed in the [Spring] Gardening series. Especially regarding the creation of a healthy, vibrant earth through gardening and by redefining our relationship with nature/soil. Thank you, thank you.

Spring Gardening Participant

I love the OGS Spring Conference. Thank you all for your hard work to make it happen. I look forward to it every year and always come away inspired and ready to keep working!

Spring Conference Participant

What I love most about CRAFT is the networking with other farmers and visiting working farms. The sharing of information between farmers is like in no other industry. In farming, it seems, competitiveness turns into collaboration and cooperation.

CRAFT Participant

Recent Blog Posts

Ask Tom: Tomatoes for Winter

Ask Tom: Tomatoes for Winter

Dear Tom, You sell a lot of tomatoes. How do you can them when so much is going on in the middle of the season? Paul in Pawpaw Dear Paul – I will leave to Extension the details of the canning process but I will be glad to share a few ideas that help us save some time...

Women Grow

Women Grow

150 years ago 90% of the population farmed. The same industrial revolution that promised to “liberate” us from rural life and physical toil has created more problems than it has solved. Chemically-based methods, factory-farming, and GMO’s are compromising our health...

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