Join us for the 2021 Vegetable Academy
GARDEN PLANNING BLITZ
A FREE 4 part workshop for the serious home vegetable grower.
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What's in store?
A good plan is critical in order to make the most of your garden space, so if you’re serious about growing your own food, I encourage you to join us for our the GARDEN PLANNING BLITZ. You can expect to learn some new techniques, crunch a few numbers, and connect with other growers just like you.
In this live 4 part workshop, I will walk you through the process of defining your ideal garden type, help you lay out your garden plan, and show you what it takes to get results you can count on. These training sessions are free and they will be taking place inside our online Classroom. Request an invitation above and I’ll send you everything you need to know to join in the fun!
Get to know your instructor...
Jared Regier is an urban farmer and educator from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan who is passionate about building a more sustainable future. He loves teaching people how to grow their own food because it is such a powerful vehicle for positive change in individuals and communities.
Today, Jared runs an award winning urban farm so he's obviously pretty comfortable in the vegetable world, but his life experience doesn't begin there. His first career as a high school teacher also helped him develop an ability to simplify and communicate complex ideas. So when the farm started to get noticed and people began to ask if they could learn how to grow vegetables like that in their own backyard, it was only natural for Jared to answer the call. Now, his teaching and farming experience have found perfect harmony here at the Vegetable Academy where he aims to put the knowledge and tools of the vegetable farmer in the hands of the home gardener.
Jared's approach to teaching is organized, logical, and light hearted. He loves to learn and enjoys passing on these lessons to his students and watching them experience success. His practical lessons are always rooted in first hand experience and/or scientific studies because there's no sense in passing on misinformation. Jared delights in helping others take responsibility for growing their own food, and the limitless number of learning opportunities in the vegetable garden are sure to keep this work interesting for years to come.