Kitchen and Garden Workshops

Participating in our Kitchen & Garden Workshop Series is a great way to learn sustainable growing and cooking practices!  We often work with community partners (including Community Connections and Cranbrook Food Action Committee) to develop content and deliver sessions on in-demand topics.  Check out the list below for past workshop handouts, and stay tuned for new workshops being offered on our Events Page.

Here are a few resources from our 2015-2016 Workshops:


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