The organizations below offer classes on a variety of farming, gardening, cooking, homesteading, nutrition and other topics of interest to the local food community. Follow the links to find out more about the organizations or see our calendar of upcoming events and classes.
The Center for Rural Culture, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, is now offering classes to educate, promote and inspire members of the community to sustain a culture that supports agriculture and the local economy, protects natural and historic resources, and maintains our rural character and traditions.
ChiknEGG Productions promotes Sustainable Agriculture & FOOD – growing, selling, cooking, preserving, eating & celebrating! Educational Go Getters!
McKenzie Casad, LCSW offers GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) group classes and other nutrition services.
Forrest Green Farm offers classes on gardening and healthy living. These classes focus on growing for the future by teaching about natural and sustainable methods of growing herbs and vegetables for healthier, self-reliant living.
Chef Tammy Brawley offers cooking classes focused on fresh seasonal ingredients.
Periodically offers classes of interest to gardeners and food lovers.
Obtaining dental and whole-body health with nutrient-dense, properly prepared foods in the traditions of our ancestors.
A variety of class topics that change with the season on preparing fresh, local food.