Gwinnett County Workshops
Workshops at Alegre Farm are not just informative but fun. We’ve got something for everyone to learn. Our passion is to teach families practical ways they can implement sustainable farming, healthy eating, and living life as naturally as possible using natural and holistic methods.
Why come to a Workshop, instead of just reading a book, Googling, or You Tubing it? First, it’s fun, and everyone learns more hands on. When you put yourself in an environment with other people, who have the same goals in mind you will get a better vision of what you want to accomplish! You will have the opportunity to connect with possible accountability partners and make new friends! You will also be joining a community of Health and Wellness at the Farm!
Health and Wellness Workshops
DIY Spa Spectacular and Soap Making Class
- May 8, 2018 -6:00PM – 7:00 PM
- Location: Alegre Farm Banquet Hall
- Cost: $25 – click button to buy your ticket
Have a grand time this Mother’s Day making a 100% Natural Spa Bath Salt Set as a Gift for yourself or another Mom! This class is also perfect to learn how to make gifts for a bridal shower, baby shower and more. Pick from a variety of natural vegan and cruelty-free fragrances, colors, herbs & more! Nothing beats a handmade gift. This simple and easy workshop only takes 1 hour and you get the joy of having a great time making a beautiful handmade gift for your loving mom! This workshop is for ages 16 and over. This workshop includes all materials!
For questions regarding this workshop please email Cat Kelley at email@example.com
Summer in the Vegetable Garden
- June 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th (four two-hour sessions)
- 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
- Location: Gwinnett Tech’s Learn In Farm, 5150 Sugarloaf PKWY Lawrenceville, 30043
Gardening year round is easy and rewarding in our mild Georgia Piedmont region climate. For delicious, picture-perfect spring and summer crops of spinach, lettuce, peas, kale, and broccoli, Plant care in critical at this time, learn the ins and outs of fertilization and watering. Tips on harvesting vegetables at the peak of their flavor. Identify early season plants that have passed their prime, pull them out and replant. Learn how to cut back or eliminate the use of pesticides.
For questions regarding this workshop please email Tony Gobert at firstname.lastname@example.org