Common Ground would like to help your garden grow. We offer workshops and field walks for backyard gardeners, and for small growers who want to bring their work to the next level.

We offer workshops and field walks on:

Garden planning, seed starting, soil and compost, pests and diseases, preserving the harvest, cooking from the farm, and more.

Upcoming Farm Events

Most farm programs occur during our growing season, between April-November. Looking for something in particular? Email our farm director: farm@commongroundct.org

Grow it! Winter Gardening Series
Sat Mar 25 10:00 - 12:00

Grow it! Winter Gardening Series presented by Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven and Common Ground

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Single Classes $20 or Help a Neighbor $30. Full series of 6 classes at discounted rate of $100.

No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please call 203-562-0598 for scholarship details.

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All workshops take place at Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven, 333 Sherman Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511.

For pricing and registration information, visit: www.NHSWinterGarden2017.EventBrite.com or call (203) 562-0598 x226

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Preserving your Garden Harvest — Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Learn how you can eat from your garden all winter long. Simple methods can save your harvest for winter use. The class will cover techniques that you’ll need to know for freezing, canning, dehydrating, pickling and more.

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All workshops take place at Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven, 333 Sherman Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511.

For pricing and registration information, visit: www.NHSWinterGarden2017.EventBrite.com or call (203) 562-0598 x226

Workshop Sponsors

This Program is a cooperative effort of Common Ground, the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System, the Connecticut Department of Agriculture, and the Risk Management Agency/USDA.

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