Indoor Composting: Vermiculture
Mar
24
10:00 AM10:00

Indoor Composting: Vermiculture

Ecological Kitchen Series Session Three: Clean natural composting with worms in a small controlled container

In this session of the Ecological Kitchen Series, you will be reusing to-go containers to grow microgreens and pea shoots. As light returns we can start growing some things indoors on the sill or on the counter. We will be talking about mastering soil, light and water for these fast-growing greens, and get you set up with your own starts. You can reuse them again and again.

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Kitchen Garden Planning
Apr
28
10:00 AM10:00

Kitchen Garden Planning

Ecological Kitchen Series Session Four: Growing herbs in your kitchen space

Fresh herbs can be such a joy in the kitchen. In this workshop, the last in this Ecological Kitchen Series we’ll focus on producing some food in smalls spaces. We’ll talk about organic methods, the growing season, great container plants for your garden. Everyone takes some a small container garden of herbs.

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GYO Microgreens & Pea shoots
Mar
17
10:00 AM10:00

GYO Microgreens & Pea shoots

Ecological Kitchen Series Session Two: The ins and outs of growing microgreens in small apartment friendly containers

In this session of the Ecological Kitchen Series, you will be reusing to-go containers to grow microgreens and pea shoots. As light returns we can start growing some things indoors on the sill or on the counter. We will be talking about mastering soil, light and water for these fast-growing greens, and get you set up with your own starts. You can reuse them again and again.

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Winter Canning in Small Batches: Lemon Curd
Mar
10
10:00 AM10:00

Winter Canning in Small Batches: Lemon Curd

Ecological Kitchen Series Session One: Learn the process of canning seasonal produce for year round use
Water bath canning in the winter is a great way to add some humidity to the house, use up veggies you saved in the freezer and make something delightful with seasonal produce. Learn how to can small batches of tasty things in the winter, and all year round. Everyone will take home a jar of lemon curd.

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Tang Yuan Workshop
Feb
19
5:30 PM17:30

Tang Yuan Workshop

Celebrate the last day of the Chinese New Year by learning how to make Tang Yuan, glutinous rice balls in soup. We'll make two versions: one sweet and on savory. Tang yuan are traditionally eaten on the last day of the Chinese Lunar New Year, and celebrates unity of family and the full moon. 

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How To Start a Business in 60 Minutes
Dec
9
11:00 AM11:00

How To Start a Business in 60 Minutes

Interested in becoming an entrepreneur? Not sure where to start? Feeling stuck? This hands-on, interactive workshop will help you uncover or refine the business ideas bouncing around your brain - even if you haven't realized they're there! You'll examine your experience and values through a new lens and walk away with an action plan for bringing your ideas to life.

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Wreath Workshop
Dec
4
5:30 PM17:30

Wreath Workshop

Join FarmDrop and the team from Highland Avenue Greenhouse in decking the halls with your own handmade wreath made with fresh Maine Balsam and a variety of other mixed greens and pine cones. Top it off with a bow made from any ribbon you choose and you are ready for the Holiday Season.

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Entrepreneurship and Scale Up Series: FDA Juice and Seafood HACCP
Oct
9
4:00 PM16:00

Entrepreneurship and Scale Up Series: FDA Juice and Seafood HACCP

FDA has 2 required HACCP regulations. Do you qualify? What do we mean by juice? Hint, nut milks count! How about seafood? Next hint, not kelp. Fisheries HACCP is, as we say, a different kettle of fish. Come learn about what you need to know to write a juice/Codex HACCP and a Fisheries HACCP. Dr. Michele Pfannenstiel of Dirigo Food Safety will walk you through how to start thinking about doing FDA HACCP for production.

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