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Seed-to-Supper

Seed to Supper is a series of six classes for beginning gardeners who want to learn to grow food on a budget. The classes are offered for FREE and will be taught in multiple locations in Tompkins County by trained Seed to Supper educators. Class participants are expected to attend all six classes, and will receive a free 100-page gardening manual, a certificate of completion, and free vegetable seeds and seedlings at the end of the course to plant in their own gardens.

The classes are taught through a combination of Powerpoint presentations and hands-on activities. Topics covered include planning a vegetable garden, soil preparation, composting, planting, garden maintenance, pests and diseases, and harvesting. Participants will receive free vegetable transplants at the end of the class series. 

Read an article about Seed to Supper on the Get Your Greenback website!

Please see details below for class locations, dates, and who to contact to register for the classes. Advance registration is required so that the facilitators have enough materials for all participants.

Due to lack of funding, we are currently not accepting new Seed to Supper Volunteers but check back in early 2020 for our next training.


Contact

Jennie Cramer
Horticulture Program Manager
jrc10@cornell.edu
(607) 272-2292 ext 146

Last updated February 21, 2019