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FRESH SPRING ROOTS! Limited availabilty now through June 3rd.
FRESH SPRING ROOTS! Limited availabilty now through June 3rd.

Classes

We host interactive, hands-on classes in person at the MOFGA store in Freeport as well as other locations. Our virtual classes usually come with a care package or herbalist kit so you can follow along at home! We hope you will join us for one. Follow us on instagram, or sign up for our newsletter to stay informed on upcoming events and courses.
 

In-person Classes hosted at various locations

Grow your own Apothecary

Grow your own Apothecary

May 12 @ 6:00 pm-8:00 pm $20 – $25 *SOLD OUT*

Maine Organic Marketplace in Freeport, Maine

Learn how to grow a garden of beautiful & medicinal plants that can be used to care for yourself and your family. Emily Springer of Meeting House Herb Farm in Scarborough, Maine, presents a workshop on how plants have been used for centuries in home apothecaries, and offers tips on how you can establish your own apothecary garden. Emily will include a demonstration on how to infuse a dried plant in oil and make a tincture. Participants will leave with a garden design handout. This is an in-person class.

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Virtual Classes

Herb Farming on Zoom

Herb Farming on Zoom

June 1st @ 5:00 pm-6:30 pm FREE

Offered as part of MOFGA's Farm Training Project (FTP)

Join Emily Springer from Meeting House Herb Farm and Herb Growers Collaborative for an introductory workshop on organic medicinal herb growing in the Northeast. Emily will cover herbs that grow well in the northeast, herbs that can improve soil health and compliment a vegetable crop plan, pricing and markets, drying room tips and safe processing. Emily will also host a Q&A to address your herb-farming questions.

MOFGA’s Farm Training Project (FTP) workshops are designed for apprenticesJourneypeople, farmworkers and other beginning farmers. They follow an informal format including a farm tour and conversation on the topic of the day. For details or directions to workshops, call (207) 568-4142, email education@mofga.org.

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