This organic gardening class will teach you the essentials for a thriving garden while helping you save time and money by avoiding common mistakes.
The Organic Gardening course was created in partnership with Oregon State University Extension and the Oregon State University Department of Horticulture.
This course builds on the basics of gardening and provides you with a better understanding of organic gardening techniques & methods and how to apply them to your own garden. In a short amount of time, you'll be to grow a productive edible garden (veggies, berries, tree fruits) and lawns and ornamental beds all using 100% organic methods.
After completing this course you will:
Because this course is online and entirely self-paced, you can move through the content at your own pace and you can focus on the topics that are the most useful to you.
There is even the opportunity to develop a personalized plan with the included Garden Journal activity workbook.
Brooke Edmunds is an associate professor (practice) in the Department of Horticulture at Oregon State University. She is a community horticulturist based in Marion and Polk Counties. Her specialties are plant diseases, pest management, and problem diagnostics.
Erica Chernoh is an assistant professor (practice) in the Department of Horticulture at Oregon State University. She is a community horticulturist based in Lane County. Her specialties are tree fruits, berries, small fruits, hazelnuts, and organic agriculture.