21 New Classes Scheduled at 21 Acres for the First Quarter of the New Year
- posted on: December 13, 2013
- posted by: 21 Acres
The New Year is shaping up to be a busy one with 21 new classes just posted to our calendar. As part of these selections, 21 Acres is pleased to launch a new partnership with Everett Community College and Cascadia Community College to offer Beekeeping and Backyard Farming classes through their catalog.
According to Gretchen Garth, 21 Acres’ Board President, “Partnerships with organizations such as this one with the community colleges make sense as they foster collaboration and creativity and allow us to reach more people who may be interested in sustainable issues and to contribute to keeping our programming costs low.”
If you know of any organization interested in exploring partnerships, please contact us and share your ideas, [email protected].
21 Acres designs classes along the themes of Growing, Eating and Living to help people learn how to live more sustainable lives. Here is the current list of classes for the first quarter of 2014:
Venturing into the Kitchen — 5 Wednesdays, Jan. 22 – Mar. 19
This series is in partnership with the Venturing Program of the Boy Scouts of America for young men and women ages 14-21 who are interested in learning sustainable cooking basics.
Simply Seasonal – Exploring the Bounty of the Pacific NW — Register for one, more than one or the series
At the Italian Dinner Table I, Chef Paola Querzoli, Jan. 14
At the Italian Dinner Table II, Chef Paola Querzoli, Jan. 21
Winter Soups, Chef Olaiya Land, Feb. 11
A Winter Feast, Chefs Chris & Josh, A Kitchen Table, Feb. 25
Misunderstood Vegetables, Chef Olaiya Land, Mar. 11
French Country Fare, Chef Barbara Sowatsky, Mar. 25
Eating for a Lifetime Series — Register for one or all 3 Saturdays
Four Pillars of Living Well, Feb. 8
Cooking with Nature, Feb. 22
Beekeeping for Backyards, Mar. 5 & 12; Mar. 8 & 15
Drip Irrigation Water Conservation, Jan. 14
Organizing Digital and Print Memories, Feb. 1
It is important to note that members of 21 Acres typically receive reduced registration fees if they register through us directly. Class participants also receive a discount in the 21 Acres Farm Market the week following a class. Consider membership, it is very inexpensive, click here.