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Posted 8/21/2013 1:24pm by Josie Hart-Genter.

Educational Programs for the Chatfield CSA

These series of classes are offered to complement your CSA experience. Learn how to cook and preserve your weekly supply of vegetables and how to grow your own at home. These classes are offered at a 50% discount from DBG’s usual prices for classes – so take advantage!! Either register online and select “reciprocal member” to receive the CSA discount or call the Education registration line at 720-865-3580.

Totally Terrific Tomatoes
Saturday, Sep.7, 9 - 11 a.m.
Come experience the vibrant beauty and flavor of one of nature's delicious, antioxidant packed foods. See how easy it is to make cool and zesty gazpacho, spicy salsa, classic caprese salad, fresh tomato sauce and more. Recipes and samples provided.
Instructor: Susan Evans
$17 CSA members, $30 non-members, includes a $10 materials fee

Wild Things Walk – Identification and Uses of Wild Plants for Food and Medicine
Saturday, Sep. 14, 9– 11 a.m.
Explore the fascinating world of wild edibles and medicinals! Many of the wild edibles collected at Chatifeld can be seen at the CSA distributions each week.
Instructor: Susan Evans
$17 CSA members, $30 non-members

Save The Summer – Propagation Made Easy
Saturday, Sep. 21, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Sad to see your beautiful summer plants go? Save them! Take cuttings from your outdoor favorites and learn how to grow them successfully inside throughout the winter to create a beautiful indoor collection of color and texture. This class will also cover how to propagate from seed to get a jump on your spring vegetable and ornamental gardens.
Instructor: Brien Darby
$17 CSA members, $30 non-members

Seed Saving Workshop
Saturday, Sep. 28, 2 – 4 p.m.
Learn how to purchase seeds, plan and plant a garden that will provide the best opportunities for home seed saving. The class will visit our heirloom garden and with an opportunity to harvest heirloom seeds to take home. This includes collection tips specific to all the common vegetable plant families.
Instructor: Brien Darby
$17 CSA members, $30 non-members, includes a $10 materials fee

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