“Stop thinking like a gardener, start thinking like an ecosystem.”
When we begin to understand the most basic processes at play in the garden, we can begin to shift not only the lens through which we see our soil, plants, and the food we eat, but we can transform the role we play in the garden, and the role the garden plays in our life.
This session (and future Q&A sessions) will consist of conversations around the topics and questions brought or submitted by those participating. We’ll spend time looking at relevant spaces on various areas of the farm - Bring your walking shoes, water bottle, and plenty of questions.
Potential topics covered may include:
- Soil biology
- Botany and plant health
- Weed and insect identification
- Garden design, techniques and management
- Watering and irrigation practices
- Harvesting and processing
- End of season practices
- So much more…
Click here to submit any questions or topics you would like to discuss.
About the instructor:
This course is being led by Jonathan Darby. Jonathan is the owner/operator of the Wallicks Farm Project, Riverbend Foraging, and co-owner of Riverbend Comics. Jonathan is a farmer, wild foods enthusiast, and educator. He is a certified permaculture designer and teacher and serves on the Board of Directors for the Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education.
Health and Safety
*The Horn Farm Center is offering on-site educational programming with some modifications due to COVID-19. Multiple hand sanitizer stations are available. We will adjust as needed as time passes and things change. In order to ensure the health and safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff, the Horn Farm Center is following current CDC Guidelines. Please contact us at email@example.com for questions or concerns.
*Parking is along the field above the farmhouse.
*All programs are subject to change based on unforeseen circumstances including inclement weather. Participants will receive an email and phone call if there are any program changes or cancellations. Thank you for supporting regenerative farming and educational programs at the Horn Farm Center.
York, PA 17406