The Urban Garden Education Series is a set of classes designed to help Detroiters of all ages grow, maintain, harvest, preserve, and eat fruits and vegetables from their urban gardens and farms. Classes are $3 for Garden Resource Program members and $5 for non-members.
Check out the 2016 summer line-up here.
HERBTASTIC!: Making Teas, Tinctures, and Salves. Tuesday, November 15th, 6-8PM at Genesis Hope Church 7200 Mack at E. Grand Blvd. Simple garden recipes have been used for health and beauty for centuries. Homemade herbal teas, tinctures, and salves are not only impressive but can be used for medicinal, cosmetic, or nutritional purposes. Learn new and wonderful ways to take advantage of your garden spices and herbs. In this class you will learn how to whip up teas, tinctures, and salves using easy time-saving tactics.
TASTE OF ETHIOPIA: Cooking Ethiopian Food with Chef Phil Jones. Monday, December 5th, 6-8PM at Calvary Baptist Church, 1000 Robert Bradby Dr at McDougall and Lafayette. Ethiopian food YUM! A typical meal includes a variety of vegetarian and meat dishes which you pick up and eat with delightful spongy flat bread called injera. Joins us for this class where Chef Phil Jones will take us on a journey through Ethiopian flavors and recipes.