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We're now offering a greater number of art classes, at a lower cost. We also have need-based scholarships to help make art accessible for everyone. 

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Our horticulture classes engage students of all levels and backgrounds through hands-on learning and practice. 


Horticulture Certificate Program

Wednesday, September 6 – Monday, May 7
Our three-year certificate program covers horticultural science, methods, and design.

So You Want to Keep Honeybees . . .

Saturday, February 3, 1 – 4pm
Interested in hobby beekeeping? Learn about equipment requirements, hive location, honey production, and honeybee management from an expert beekeeper.

Your Small-Space Garden

Saturdays, February 10 – February 17, 10am – 12:30pm
Even the tiniest patches of soil can produce vegetables, a beautiful display, or both. Find out how container gardening, vertical gardening, and specific plants can be deployed in small spaces.

Grow Your Berry Best—Small Fruits for the Backyard

Saturday, February 10, 1 – 4pm
Learn from an agriculture expert what it takes to succeed in growing tasty and nutritious strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.

Botanical Illustration

Thursdays, February 15 – April 19, 1 – 4pm
Using pencil and watercolor, develop the skills to create highly detailed, expressive, and accurate botanical compositions.

Stressed Out! Using Botanicals as Phytotherapy

Thursday, March 15, 1:30 – 3:30pm
Learn how to make herbal home remedies for stress relief and relaxation, including teas, poultices, and aromatherapy, with calming herbs like chamomile, lavender, and lemon balm.

Eating Healthy: Maintaining a Plant-Based Diet

Thursday, March 15, 4:30 – 6:30pm
Have you ever wondered if what you eat is negatively impacting your health? Explore plant-based alternatives to help you on a journey toward wellness.