On April 18, Michael will teach a full day class through MOFGA on growing tree fruit organically. This workshop will provide a complete rundown on orchard pests, allies, diseases, and proven varieties from the holistic perspective. This year the class will meet at fellow Chelsea Green author David Buchanans young cider orchard in Pownal, Maine.
On May 16, Michael Phillips will lead a workshop on home orchard care at the Canterbury Shaker Village in New Hampshire. Join this workshop for a comprehensive exploration of orchard health strategies that make disease and insect challenges doable for organic growers. The day will consist of a fun mix of lectures and hands-on time with trees, with many opportunities to ask questions of Michael.
On June 12-14, Nancy and Michael will teach with herbalists from around the globe at the International Herb Symposium, at Wheaton College. Nancy will lead two workshops on kitchen cabinet pharmacy and herbs for childrens health, as well as an intensive on herbal preparations 101, while Michael will lead two workshops on health plant metabolism, and garlic connections. Early bird registration cost is $275, and regular registration is $350.