Arboretum Adult Education Classes for Winter 2022

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We hope to see you again this year for more Arboretum Adult Education classes!

Each class will be on Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. Registration for each program will be available 2 weeks prior to the program date on our Eventbrite page, visit for details. 

Please see the event information for details on the format of the program, which will be announced when registration opens. Registration will close 24 hours prior to the program. If you need assistance with registration, call 336-703-2850.

Our winter schedule is as follows:

Wednesday, February 2 – Vegetable Gardening in Small Spaces

Celine Richard, Extension Agent for Small Farms, Urban Agriculture, and Local Foods

Did you know that you can grow just about any vegetable in a 5 gallon hardware store bucket? Join us to discuss strategies for growing in tight spaces. View this event on Eventbrite.


Wednesday, March 16 – Stream Restoration: Why and How

Tyler O’Mara, Nursery Manager and Company Arborist at Habitat Assessment and Restoration Professionals

The presentation will focus on the causes of stream degradation, why it’s important to mitigate, how problems are mitigated, and finally how you can help. View the event on Eventbrite.


Click here to view the flyer for these classes.

We will continue this series in the spring with classes in April and May. Check back later for more information on those sessions. For questions about the Arboretum Adult Education series, please contact Leslie Rose ( or 336-703-2850).