Garden to Table – 2021

Beginning Vegetable Gardening Course

The 2021 Garden to Table program is a comprehensive 6-week beginning gardening course that gives beginning gardeners the tools needed to successfully grow a portion of their own food on a limited budget.  It is a combined effort of the Yamhill County Master Gardener Association, Yamhill Community Action Program (YCAP) and the Oregon State University Extension Service.



Program Overview

  • Covers basics of low-cost vegetable gardening
  • 9 hour course divided into 6 weekly online sessions.
  • Offered for free via Zoom. Access to the internet is required.
  • Open to adults and teenagers
  • Taught by trained volunteer Master Gardener Educators
  • A course booklet will be provided
  • Priority for lower income participants.
  • Master Gardener mentors will provide additional support for class attendees during the classes and throughout the gardening season.

Course topics

  • Garden site planning, soils, compost, & fertilizer, planting, watering & garden care, weeds and bugs, harvesting, and storing vegetables.

Raised Beds

Upon class completion, self-declared lower income participants get a raised bed or containers with soil, or a Newberg Community Garden bed, plus seeds and plant starts.


Registration for the April-May Garden to Table class is closed. You may complete the registration to be placed on a waiting list for the next Garden to Table class. Dates and times to be determined.

For questions, please call the Yamhill County Extension Office at 503-434-7517 or text

This event is open to Yamhill County residents only.


Person Number One


Apr 03 2021

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