A free beginning vegetable gardening course enabling gardeners to grow a portion of their food

Registration is closed for the 2024 class.

You may register for the waitlist for the Spring 2025 low income Garden to Table course (below) or register for the Fall 2024 Garden to Table course (click here)

Have you ever wanted to grow your own vegetables, but just don’t know where to get started?

The Yamhill County Master Gardeners Association can help.  Garden to Table is a free course for low income/food insecure adults and teenagers on planning, planting and harvesting a vegetable garden. Master Gardener Educators cover the basics of vegetable gardening in 12 hours over 6 weeks through in-person 2-hour classes with lectures and hands-on demonstrations.

Participants will receive at no cost:

  • Choose raised bed or containers (first time students) or Community Garden Bed
  • Soil (first time students) 
  • Seeds and Plants 
  • Course Booklet
  • Master Gardener Mentors will provide additional support for class attendees during the classes and throughout the gardening season

Repeat students will be waitlisted. 2 weeks before the course starts we will admit repeat students if there is space. If you are not low income/food insecure, please register for the Fall 2024 Course.

For more information, please contact the Yamhill County Extension Service by phone at 503-434-7517 or email the Garden to Table team at g2t@ycmga.org.

Thank You Friends of the YCMGA!





Sep 24 2024 - Oct 05 2024


10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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