The
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Club

SPRING EDITION

Introducing…

An easy-to-follow, fun, and informative 3-week regenerative gardening course and community experience meant for anyone who has the desire to start growing food but feels overwhelmed at the idea of learning how to garden.

This course is more than a “how-to” tutorial. It will make you think deeper about connecting with the land, developing food security, ensuring your diet consists of the most nutrient dense food, and creating impact within your own body, home, community, and far beyond.

Enrollment has closed for this season

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If you’ve always wanted to…

+ Learn the basics of gardening

+ Meet new people who are enthusiastic about gardening

+ Get personalized advice from an expert farmer

+ Get results by harvesting home-grown, delicious, nutrient dense and regeneratively grown produce

+ Take control of your own health and immune system

+ Have a library of gardening resources, guides and tips, all in one place

…then this is the gardening course experience for you

Here’s what you’ll get
when you join The Farmer’s Footprint Garden Club

+ Live sessions and Q&A with expert grower, Farmer Greg

+ A sense of belonging as you learn to garden in a community where mistakes and all questions are welcome along the learning journey

+ Step-by-step infographics, video tutorials, and course material hosted in an easy-to-use online platform and mobile app

+ Learn the foundational pillars of soil health and nutrient density

+ Learn how to prevent weeds and pests within a regenerative system

+ The spiritual connection to the land that comes from gardening

+ Immersive visual and educational tools for all learning styles

+ Extensive library of pro garden tips and tricks

Your Gardening Guide

FARMER GREG REESE

“When people learn to tend a garden, it also nourishes themselves; taking care of the earth is the same as taking care of your body. There is no substitute for hyper local food grown by you and for you. To know how to sow and save seeds, tend to the soil, and sync with the cycles and rhythms of nature should be an essential skill understood by everyone.”

– FARMER GREG

About Greg

Greg Reese is a Southern California agrarian with a passion for growing regenerative, organic food by building healthy soils and biodiverse landscapes. With a background in rainwater harvesting, native landscapes, orchard care, and no-till market gardens, Greg uses his decade of experience to create localized food systems and to educate people on regenerative garden implementation.

Greg is co-founder of Sea + Soil, a nonprofit collective committed to reconnecting and regenerating ecosystems and community. His program, 1000 Tiny Farms, is working to cultivate a regional network of market gardens to explore the social, environmental, and economic impacts of a small patch of land and the sharing of resources between farmers. By joining this course and growing food, your garden can be 1 of 1,000 tiny farms working to accelerate the movement toward creating communities where people aren’t only sharing resources, but knowledge and culture too.

The Garden Club:
Course Outline

Each module includes a core lecture PLUS supplemental material: easy to follow how-tos, practices and recommendations to put into action. Watch the content during the week at your convenience and attend a LIVE Q&A each Friday. You will receive an invite to your email to join our community and learning platform as soon as you register.

The first module of the course content went live on Monday, April 25th.

WEEK 1 (APRIL 25-29) : PREP AND PLANNING

Soak in the benefits of starting a garden and learn how to prepare your space by understanding the nuances of area, sunlight, soil, water, etc.

WEEK 2 (MAY 2-6) : ASSEMBLING

Follow the steps for how to assemble your raised bed, garden beds, or wherever you’re growing, while learning pro tips only an expert farmer would know!

WEEK 3 (MAY 9-14) : IRRIGATION, PLANTING & TECHNIQUE

Learn the best practices to set your garden up for long-term success including pest and weed management, irrigation options, planting your seedlings, seed saving and more.

Group Q&A for Your Personalized Questions, Support and Encouragement

Weekly live sessions with Farmer Greg provide customized answers to all of your burning questions. His experience speaks to varied zones and planting conditions, providing the most effective component of this learning journey. Farmer Greg will support you in bridging the gap between what you’re learning in the course and how to apply the information to your life and on land.

Community Experience

This gardening experience is designed to be done together, in community. We’ve made it easy and accessible for you to view the course and engage with fellow students, all on a single platform. You will be able to:

+ Connect with everyone who is a part of the course

+ Chat live with one another, ask questions, join live sessions, and get support

+ iPhone & Android App access to view the course and engage in the community

The Garden Club is officially closed for registration.

Follow @farmersfootprint to learn about future courses.

Timing

The course content is released on Mondays in Mighty Networks (April 25th, May 2nd and May 9th). You’ll have the week to read and review, so you are prepared for Friday’s LIVE session with Farmer Greg where you can ask all of your specific gardening questions, connect with other students and learn together.

The LIVE sessions are on Fridays: April 29, May 6, May 13 at 9:30 – 11:30am PT / 12:30 – 2:30 ET. If you can’t make the LIVE session, you can submit questions beforehand and watch the replay.

Once you purchase…

+ You will get immediate access to the course platform, welcome section, and community

+ You will have access to the content for one year

+ Each week, a new module will be opened for access

+ Weekly live sessions will kick off each Friday: April 29, May 6,
May 13 at 9:30 – 11:30am PT / 12:30 – 2:30 ET.

*If you can’t attend the sessions, you can submit questions beforehand and catch the replay.

Let’s do this together!

There’s never been a more important time to discover the joy of getting your hands dirty, harvesting your first vegetables fresh from earth’s sweet soil and connecting with the land.

There’s simply no substitute for growing your own food!

FAQs

Will I Have Time To Do This?

The beauty of this course is that it’s a combination of virtual content (that you can watch whenever is convenient for you) and live, recorded events to engage in real time with fellow students and your guide, Farmer Greg.

The course is 3 weeks long. Each Monday we will open up a new module and you will have the week to soak in the videos and resources. Each Friday, we’ll host 2-hour long LIVE sessions for questions that came up along the way. We will record these events and you will also have the opportunity to submit questions ahead of time.

You will have access to the content for one year so you will be able to revisit and engage with the materials after the official course is complete.

What is the refund policy?

We hope you love this experience, but if it’s not for you, we will give you one week to try it out (until 12PM ET on May 1). If you decide it’s not for you, email us at [email protected] on or before May 1, 12PM ET to get a refund. Beyond that point, we will be unable to provide a refund.

I still have questions, how can I contact you?

Don’t you fret, email us at [email protected]

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