The 2023 Gardening Course is on pause

Dear Gardeners:

The 2023 gardening course is on pause for the 2023 growing season. Both Dan and Jack have become too overwhelmed in their current ventures to give the course the attention it requires. As a market garden, Dan’s operation at Local Harvest has undergone a 5 acre expansion and they’re now intensively farming nearly 30 acres. This is demanding all his time and attention.

Jack is actively building his plant farm at Fruits and Shoots and is devoting his energy towards adding a wider variety of edible perennials and plants to attract beneficials for local gardeners.

That said, the filming and documenting of content for the gardening course will continue and we hope to release a revised, easy to follow, in-depth course early in 2024.

Current members will still have full access to all course content for life. We’re also releasing for existing members the 7-part, in-person gardening course that was filmed in the Spring of 2023.

We wish gardeners a successful and abundant harvest for 2023 and hope to see you in early 2024.


Dan, Jack and Damien

P.S. from Damien: all members who have joined us since May 1st, 2022, will be given full access to 2024’s course and Q&A webinars at no further cost. Earlier members will be offered access at a 70% discount to our 2024 course price, yet to be determined as it will depend on the amount of content we film this year and our plans for additional content come 2024. Thank you.

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