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Makers Space at MCC*

Growing Microgreens with Katie Wolfe (1)

Start growing your own microgreens at home!

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Growing Microgreens with Katie Wolfe  (1)
Growing Microgreens with Katie Wolfe  (1)

Time & Location

Mar 20, 2022, 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM

Makers Space at MCC*, Middleburg, VA 20117, USA

About the event

Join horiticulurist, Katie Wolfe (Virginia Citrus LLC), at the beautifully renovated Makers Space on the third floor of the Middleburg Community Center* for a workshop in growing your own microgreens at home!  Microgreens are young seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs. Unlike larger herbs and vegetables that take weeks or months to grow, microgreens can be harvested and eaten a week to 10 days after the cotyledon — a part of the embryo within the seed — leaves have developed. These little gems are nutrient dense and filled with life giving prana. Katie will walk you through cultivating your own tray of microgreens to enjoy at home!

This class can be registered for on its own or at a discounted price for those attending Katie's Seed Starting Workshop immediatly preceeding the Microgreens class. Come early for some refreshments and a Veggie Garden Q & A with Katie!

If you'd like to pay by check or cash, please send me an email to make arrangements.

More about Katie Wolfe: 

Growing up with a Master Gardener, her mother, Katie  Wolfe has been gardening since before she can remember. Her business, Virginia Citrus LLC, established 2011 in Hume Virginia, is a small farm and greenhouse specializing in exotic citrus production and remains productive year-round, including annual and perennial crops which support the greenhouses, the business and the environment. All that Katie does is 'beyond organic' and complimentary to our environment.  She has a Bachelor of Environmental Thought and Practice and a Master of Urban and Environmental Planning with a concentration in food systems from the University of Virginia.

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*Please note that the venue is located up two flights of stairs and regrettably is not ADA accessible. Please stay tuned for future programming at MCC that will be accessible to all. We thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you at future events.


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