Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners for a great workshop on growing your own organic ingredients to make a variety of salsas!
Reserve your FREE spot at our bi-monthly food swap! Barter is better (and tasty)!
Join Christina Gibson from the Shades of Green team to explore backyard medicinal plants, including how to harvest them and prepare them to begin building your own home apothecary. We will cover basic medicine making techniques, equipment, useful remedies for common ailments and home first aid.
Join MASS Collective in this six hour course covering the fundamentals of dovetail joinery. Dovetails are a critical skill in the completion of many types of woodworking projects that require solid tensile strength. The dovetail technique predates written history, is simple to learn but takes a lifetime to master. Students will get hands on experience with cutting dovetails as while learning about the various types and functions of this incredibly versatile woodworking technique.
Join the fine craftspeople of Goat n Hammer for an evening chat on how to care for, maintain, or restore your tools to keep them in tip top condition for years to come. Whether it's keeping your garden tools ready for planting or restoring your grandfather's woodworking tools, you can get the info you need for tools you're proud of.
Join Decatur Glassblowing to create your curly or straight stemmed glass flower in the color of your choice to celebrate spring.
Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners for a great workshop on increasing the fertility of your soil through compost and the various types of composting available!
Escape the heat of the city and spend the weekend in the North Georgia mountains learning to weave at Foxfire!
Join MASS Collective to cover the fundamentals of turning a rough piece of lumber into a perfectly square and usable piece with master wood worker Jay Wiggins.
This one’s for the bibliophiles out there: this Curiosity Club, we’ll be digging into the Bentley Rare Book Museum’s collection, tracing the history of the book as a technology, and “pairing” them with some of Eventide’s tastiest brews. If you’re a book or beer lover, this is one you won’t want to miss!
Learn the ins & outs of herbal medicine making and seasonal remedies while giving back to your community. The medicines made during the workshop will be used to stock The Herb Bus – a mobile clinic providing healthcare to Atlanta’s underserved communities.
Allow your teen to build confidence in the kitchen by learning the safe and proper way to cut, chop, slice, dice, and more! Participants will work hands-on with instructors to prep and enjoy a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Learn how to learn how to mix cob and build cob walls, windows and benches as part of building the East Lake Commons Cob Playhouse.
Join Lorna Mauney-Brodek to discover how many of the plants in your favorite park – or even your backyard – have medicinal properties or simply taste great! Learn to forage spring's bounty – plus your registration helps underserved Atlantans have access to herbal healthcare.
In this workshop, parent and child will attend class together to learn all about cord, a utilitarian art form that can be used in a variety of ways from creating household crafts to survival items.
Celebrate your mom by building the perfect container garden with her or for her. All day on Saturday and Sunday, participants will choose their container and plants from the nursery, and we will provide all the soil and expert advice they need!
Join Foxfire for a Celebration of Southern Appalachian Culture. Head up to the North Georgia mountains for a full day of interpretive demonstrations of weaving, blacksmithing, basketry, open hearth cooking, broom making, bark berry baskets, corn shuck dolls, early engines, and much more!
If you’re thinking about adding chickens to your homestead, this class at local nursery Garden*Hood is for you.
Join Brandy Hall & Jamie Rosenthal from Shades of Green to learn how to transform a conventionally-sterile, resource-intensive standard residential site into a thriving ecology, while fooling the Jones'.
Join Explore Wildwood for their two-morning Spring Earth Art classes! In this two-morning workshop, parent and child will attend class together to learn all about making your own earth paints.
Join Christina Gibson from the Shades of Green team to learn the ins and outs of how to establish a meadow habitat for beneficial pollinator insects and wildlife, while building healthy soils.
Get buzzed in this fantastic bee workshop. We will cover the workings of a bee colony, the role of honey bees and native bees, and the basics of beekeeping equipment and paraphernalia.
Join Véronique Perrot, beekeeper of the Edgewood Garden hives, and learn about how pollinators survive and thrive. A great workshop for any gardener or supporter of thriving ecosystems.
Your days of sub-par garden tools are over. Try your hand at various blacksmithing skills and techniques to create a large trowel and garden fork combining utility and beauty that you'll enjoy for a lifetime.
And now, when you reach into your pantry, you’ll find all kinds of aids and inspirations to prepare your daily meals – or your company treats! Take home a jar of Mustard, Kicky Ketchup, Mayonnaise, and Pickled Tomato Vinaigrette – plus full instructions & various recipe ideas.
Foxfire, the University of North Georgia, Timpson Creek Farm, and Sustainable Mountain Living Communities have collaborated for a special presentation on planting by the signs. Join them Saturday, April 29 from 1:00-4:00 to learn how moon phases and the zodiac have influenced agriculture for thousands of years and continue to play a role in farming today.
Come explore Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet as farmers Chris and Isia introduce you to the wonderful world of wild foods!
Take home your own prepared dough to bake-off as a full loaf, plus a finished warm baguette you made in class, and a jar of homemade butter.
Join the Urban Conservation Training Institute for a free composting workshop that explores how to turn our food scraps and lawn clippings into a natural soil amendment that can be added to your own garden or used at a local farm.
Join the first annual bEARTHday Festival to celebrate the planet you call home!