Please stay tuned for more workshops in 2019. We’re putting together our spring line-up, so please check back in the coming weeks! In the meantime, consider joining us for the Water Gardening & Farm Pond Workday on February 17. 

If you’re new to Alemany Farm, our workshops are a great excuse to come out for an introduction to some of the work we do, while learning skills you can bring home to your own garden or kitchen. For regular volunteers, they are a chance to deepen your knowledge in a more structured setting.

SUGGESTED DONATION: $20 per person per workshop; no one turned away for lack of funds. Our workshops are donation-based and support the farm. Please give at the suggested level or higher if you are able. All donations will benefit Friends of Alemany Farm via our fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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Past 2019 workshops:

Winter Fruit Tree Pruning

Saturday January 26, 10 am – 12 pm at Alemany Farm
Instructors: Jason Mark and Hannah Shulman

Learn the basics of pruning fruit trees in this hands-on, interactive class! We’ll walk you through everything you need to know to understand how to maximize your tree’s potential for abundant fruit. We’ll focus on winter pruning, do a demonstration, and then allow you to do some hands-on practice on Alemany Farm’s very own apple and plum trees. We’ll discuss other fruit trees depending on the interest of the participants.

Jason Mark is a co-founder and volunteer co-manager of Alemany Farm.

Hannah Shulman holds a bachelor’s degree in Growth and Structure of Cities with an Environmental Studies concentration from Haverford College and studied at the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems at UC Santa Cruz. Previously, she was a garden educator with Urban Sprouts, GFE, and 18 Reasons / BiRite Market, and ran the first urban agriculture program for the city of San Francisco. She is now the Senior Director of Programs at Education Outside.

Space is limited so please register in advance.