Enjoy the most romantic of days with 4 vegan courses and 4 perfectly paired craft beers.

Reservations and menu: mudheninthe.net/#events

NHG's Education and Outreach Coordinator Rusty E. Allen will show you how to get started and give a live demo on making a compost pile - the easiest way to start. One hour classroom time along with a 30 minute free, outdoor demo (weather permitting) and basic handouts are included, plus time to get your questions answered on how to remedy any problems you may have.

Teachers of K-5th Grade
6 hours of CPE

Learn, Grow, Eat & Go! grows good kids through an interdisciplinary program combining academic achievement, gardening, nutrient-dense food experiences, physical activity, and school & family engagement. Looking to get more out of an existing garden on your campus or perhaps ways that you could get one approved for your site? This customizable curriculum developed by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension as part of the International Junior Master Gardener program is the perfect professional development opportunity!

Meet veg friendly folks and enjoy Anvil Pub's vegan cheese fries, nachos, and Frito chili pie.

A complete introduction to the basics of growing the most common vegetables grown in the cooler part of the season, with NHG's Education and Outreach Coordinator, Rusty E. Allen.

$15. Includes detailed handouts plus an optional tour of our working vegetable garden after the classroom time. Arrive early and enjoy a fresh lunch from our cafe.

This program teaches you how to incorporate edible plants into your home garden and landscape by taking advantage of their ornamental value. You will learn how herbs, fruits and vegetables can add to the colors and textures of your permanent landscape combining both aesthetics and functionality.

Are you new to North Texas, new to gardening in the “Lone Star State” or perhaps just new to growing plants in general? This helpful seminar is designed to provide newcomers with a foundation to help grow a sustainable, lush and healthy lawn, landscape, and or vegetable garden amidst the challenges that the unique climate and soils of North Central Texas throw our way.

Free.

RSVP: WaterUniversity.tamu.edu

Are you new to North Texas, new to gardening in the “Lone Star State” or perhaps just new to growing plants in general? This helpful seminar is designed to provide newcomers with a foundation to help grow a sustainable, lush and healthy lawn, landscape, and or vegetable garden amidst the challenges that the unique climate and soils of North Central Texas throw our way. Free.

Plant-based festival featuring veggie food, vendors, demos and speakers. Featured speakers are Dr. Errol Bryce, medical doctor and vegan; Keith Hunter, founder of Hip Hop is Green; The Rapper Grey, viral vegan rapper and activist; and Chef Troy Gardner, executive chef and owner of V-Eats Modern Vegan at Trinity Groves.

Whether you're trying to grow (or planning to grow) fruits, nuts and/or berries at home for their superior flavor, to save money or just want to know where your food comes from, this class is for you! This program teaches you how to become more water efficient in your "urban orchard,” what plants and varieties work best in our area, the basics of pest control, proper pruning methods and other practical ways to increase production. Free.

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