Microgreens Workshop

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Tuesday April 19 at 10:00 a.m.

Learn the basics of microgreen gardening and gain hands-on experience preparing and seeding trays using materials you likely already have.

Healthy plants growing in a plastic container.

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This IN-PERSON, HANDS-ON workshop is offered by N.C. Cooperative Extension Forsyth County Center in collaboration with the North Carolina Extension & Community Association (NCECA)of Forsyth County.

NCECA meeting to follow the microgreens workshop for those who wish to stay: The purpose of North Carolina Extension & Community Association (NCECA) is to empower individuals and families to improve their quality of living through continuing education, leadership development and community service. NCECA meeting to follow the microgreens workshop for those who wish to stay.

What are microgreens?
Microgreens are flavorful, nutrition-dense, young seedlings of vegetable or herbs typically harvested within only 1-3 weeks of sowing. They make great additions to salads, smoothies, and elevate any dish when used as an attractive garnish.

Greens on top of a salad of fresh vegetables.Join on April 19 at 10:00 a.m. to learn more!

This workshop is for anyone interested in growing microgreens at any scale.

  • Home Gardeners: Don’t have space for a large garden?
    • Microgreens can be grown in the comfort of your home using only a handful of supplies and very limited amount of space! Windowsill and balcony friendly!
  • Farmers: Considering diversifying with a new commodity?
    • Microgreens are a great product to grow for restaurants, grocery stores and your regular market customers!

Looking forward to seeing you!

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For more information or questions about this workshop contact Horticulture Agent, Celine Richard (cvrichar@ncsu.edu, 336-703-2869).

For more information or questions about Forsyth County ECA contact FCS Agent, Virginia Lopez (virginia_lopez@ncsu.edu, 336-703-2850)

North Carolina Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity provider. Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made to County Extension Director, Kim Gressley (ksgressl@ncsu.edu,336-703-2850)