Stay tuned for our 2015 workshop schedule.

Each year, Sunstone Farm and Learning Center offers a variety of workshops with topics ranging from raising chickens to making goat-milk soap to homemade sodas and artisan breads.

The highlight of our workshop season is Herbalism 101, a series of six workshops about using herbs as medicine, including growing, harvesting and storing herbs, and making your own herbal medicine.  Email to be notified when our workshop schedule is set.

Hope to see you at one of our workshops this year!

Previous workshops have included:

Creating an Urban Homestead
Homemade Sodas (including lacto-fermented)
Four Season Harvest: Growing Year Round
Artisanal Breads
Goat Milk Soap
Herb Walks
The Backyard Barnyard: Keeping Chickens
The Backyard Barnyard: Keeping Goats
Permaculture Techniques for Water Harvesting
Traditional Food Preservation
Composting Toilets
Backyard Brewing
Planning Your Harvest
Kitchen Farmacy
and more!

If you’re interested in having Jen lead a workshop, send her an email to receive her fee information (don’t forget to include your topic of interest and proposed dates).

4 Responses to Workshops

  1. Kenneth Reese says:

    Hi Jen, we’re S. Valley farmer-wannabes and have taken several of your classes. You had mentioned having a planting guide/schedule spreadsheet available. Any chance you could post it to your website or email it to us. Spring will be here before we know it! Thanks, Ken & Diane Reese

  2. Hi Ken! Let me dig it up and I’ll email it to you. (ps. it’s a little early, but i couldn’t help planting my spring greens when we had that warm spell a few weeks ago!)

  3. Veronica de la garza says:

    I am with Calvary homeschool group and had questions about touring your farm and possible class for making goat milk soap. We have kids in pre-school all the way to high school. We are looking for a field trip possibility.
    Thank you

    Veronica de la garza

  4. Anna says:

    Hi, I was wanting to know more about keeping goats in the backyard barnyard. I’m curious if you had an email we could chat through to answer some questions and for you to tell me some helpful facts so we could get started with our own dairy goats. Just ran across your blog in a google search hoping to get some help to start our own goats. Thanks!

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