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Urban Farming & Homesteading Classes at Wild Willow Farm

Classes & Courses

Upcoming Classes

Victory Gardens San Diego

Gardening 101
Home Vegetable Gardening

3-part class, one day/week for 3 weeks (4 hours)

Lemon Grove

Address provided after enrollment

Three Saturdays, 9am to 1pm
October 21, 28, November 4

Our signature program is a three-part class offering hands-on instruction that teaches fundamental concepts for growing food where you live. The classes are given throughout the year at different locations throughout the San Diego Urban Region. All classes are hands on, meaning that you will be getting your hands in the dirt.

$85 | for more information and to enroll

Eventbrite - VGSD Gardening 101: Home Vegetable Gardening

Chicken Care 101

Chicken Care 101

Saturday, November 4, 1pm to 3pm

at Wild Willow Farm & Education Center

click here for a map (we recommend you use our map)

$20 | for more info and to RSVP

Eventbrite - Chicken Care 101

What came first, the chicken or the egg? Well, we might not be able to answer this question but you will learn enough to keep egg-laying chickens in your own backyard! 

Yoga, Reiki Tea, & Fire Ceremony

Yoga, Reiki Tea, & Fire Ceremony

Saturday, November 11, 4pm to 6pm

at Wild Willow Farm & Education Center

click here for a map (we recommend you use our map)

$15 | for more info and to RSVP

Eventbrite - Yoga, Reiki Tea, & Fire Ceremony

Join us for an outdoors yin inspired yoga class on the farm followed by a Reiki infused tea ceremony by the fire.

Farm School

Farming 101
Introduction to Small-scale
Regenerative Farming

Six-week Course, two days/week
F
ield Labs Saturdays 9am to 4pm at Wild Willow Farm
Classes Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm in central San Diego

2018 Course Dates

Winter 2018 Jan. 6 to Feb. 17
Spring 2018 Mar. 17 to April 28
Fall 2018 Sep. 29 to Nov. 10

Tuition: $700 (includes $100 enrollment fee. Early enrollment discount available.)

Learn more.

Wild Willow Farm's Farming 101: Introduction to Small-scale Regenerative Farming course offers students an introduction to techniques and strategies for small farming or agricultural advocacy, or to simply grow more of their own food.

Classes for the urban farmer, backyard gardener, homesteader, and anyone who grows or eats food.

You eat food every day. Why not grow and eat the best?

Wild Willow Farm has classes that teach techniques and strategies for making most of your organic garden, expand your knowledge of food and how to grow and prepare it, or to find effective ways to provide healthy, delicious food for your family.

Classes are open to the general public.

Class Calendar

More classes being scheduled. Check back often!