It is officially summer and the first frost seems far away, but even as we begin to enjoy the first ripe tomatoes, peppers, corn, and melons, it is time to start thinking about the next season.
This class will show how to prepare now and plant so your fall garden will provide a bounty of frost-tolerant, cool-weather crops ready to harvest for salads and greens in October, November, and maybe even up until Christmas.
Kathleen Plunkett-Black has been a seed saver and homestead subsistence gardener for over 30 years. She is a long-time member of the Seed Savers Exchange, and now grows seeds for over 200 varieties of vegetables.
REGISTRATION: Required for all classes. Payment is due at the time of registration.
- ONLINE: mmfc.coop/calendar
- BY PHONE: 715-235-6533, please have a card ready for payment at the time of the call.
- IN THE STORE: Visit the customer service desk.
CANCELLATION: Class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable within 48 hours of the class start.
PARKING: We would love for you to park in the south side of the parking lot surrounding the shed.
QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR CLASSES?: Contact Becca Kleist 715-235-6533 x220 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All classes are held in Menomonie Market’s upstairs classroom. Stairs and elevator can be found at the back of the store within the meat department. Any food purchased at Menomonie Market can be brought to the classroom to enjoy during this class.