Our vibrant farm setting allows us to offer classes for kids and adults who get to grow and harvest the food they will transform into healthy meals using delicious recipes that are easy to replicate at home. With our hands-on classes, students learn how to plant, nurture and harvest a garden as well as how to prepare fresh produce and plan quick, easy meals that the whole family will love.
Hope Farms offers a full range of cooking and gardening classes for every age, young and old, as well as Scout programs, summer camps, private classes for team building and birthdays.
At 10:30 every Saturday morning Chef Paris Anton, our Recipe for Success Culinary Director offers a free demonstration of an easy to prepare recipe using that day’s harvest. No advance registration required. Everyone gets a taste.
Become a Jr. Master Gardener!
10-week program meeting twice each week on Wednesdays from 4:00-5:30 pm and Saturdays from 12:30-2:00
$175 per student per session
Fall Session: October 2, 2019– December 21, 2019
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Spring Session: March 17-May 22, 2020 Book your spot
This Learn, Grow, Eat and Go! multifaceted collection of garden, nutrition, and physical activity classes, developed by USDA is evidence-based and academically rich. Students will better understand plants and how plants provide for people’s needs as they establish a thriving garden that is easy to create and maintain.
During the First Saturday Market Days at Hope Farms, we offer a continuous schedule of Cooking and gardening classes. Occasionally you will find a local celebrity leading our classes. Check back often to see who might be with us.
Adults only $30 per person/per class
October 5- All About Composting and Winter Bed Prep Book your spot
November 2 – What is Organic? How to practice Organic Gardening Techniques Book your spot
December 7 –Home Garden Crop Rotation Book your spot
January 4 – All About Peas Book your spot
February 1 –Compatible Plant Families in Your Garden Book your spot
March 7 – Companion Planting in Your Home Garden Book your spot
$10 per child/per class
October 5 – Compost FBI How to use household and yard waste to make compost materials Book your spot
November 2 – What is Organic? Book your spot
December 7 – Veggie Cousins: Learn about companion planting in your garden Book your spot
January 4 – Give Peas a Chance! Learn how peas and legumes convert nitrogen in the air into plant food Book your spot
February 1 – Edible Plant Parts – Do we eat the flower, stalk or root? Book your spot
March 7 – Learn to Plant a Three Sisters Garden – Book your spot
Adults $30 per person per class
*Families $40 for one adult and one child per class
Family classes also welcome adult students without children
*October 5 – For Families – Salad is as Simple as 1-2-3 Book your spot
November 2 – Healthy Holiday Meals Book your spot
*December 7 – For Families – Making Garden Spring Rolls Book your spot
January 4 – Super Sensational Garden Soup Book your spot
*February 1 – For Families – We Love Veggie Stir Fry Book your spot
JUNE 1-5, 2020
9:00 a.m. – noon $199
Limited to 12 students ages 8-12 years old.
Become an urban farmer, planting, growing and harvesting food and making healthy snacks to enjoy what you’ve grown. Cost includes snacks, supplies and materials.
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Sow What? Journey
June 2020 Date TBA
In coordination with the San Jacinto Girl Scouts Council, older Scouts can pursue their Sow What? Journey badge with this week-long experience at Hope Farms. So What? invites girls on a journey through some big food issues: how and where food is grown, processed and distributed, and often wasted. All individual bookings are coordinated through the San Jacinto Council, but the Hope Farms team is happy to develop a private schedule for your group.
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1 Day Pop Up Camps and Field Trips at HOPE FARMS
Make new friends and farm fresh snacks while exploring urban farming, art, worms, and more! Contact us about bringing your club, school class, scout troop or group of friends.
For children 7 and up. Maximum group size of 24.