Hello folks-We haven’t forgotten you! In fact we are very busy planning all the classes/events for 2018 so please bear with us. There is a lot to do when planning the whole year out-class subjects, locations, teachers, etc all have to be coordinated and once that is done, we will release the schedule. So for all those waiting to see what we will put on this year, please be patience-we’re pedaling as fast as we can! We will put the schedule out mid-February on this site for all to see. We have a fabulous year planned for HGNM!! Meanwhile anyone who signed up late last year, don’t worry, you will receive your membership card before anything happens!
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2018 UPCOMING CLASSES/EVENTS
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Sunday, July 22th—
12 noon to 2 pm
Organic Pest Control in the Vegetable Garden
What’s bugging you? Come find out what’s currently eating your crops besides you and how to deal with them organically!
Sunday, Aug 12th—
12 noon to 2 pm
Farm to Table-What to do with all that Zucchini?
If you’re wondering what to do with all that zucchini and summer squash, then this is the class for you! We will be making delectable recipes with zucchini, from chocolate zucchini muffins and mock apple crisp to zucchini tater tots and spiralized zucchini pasta and more!
August 26th —12 noon to 2 pm
Extending the Garden Season into Fall
Want to extend your gardening season into fall? Learn about how to grow in low tunnels, cold frames and greenhouses.
Sunday, Sept 9th—
12 noon to 2 pm
Boozy Garden Delights
Preserve the flavors of the harvest with alcohol based digestifs and amaros. Learn to extract flavors from local fruits, herbs and conifers and make delicious and unique liqueurs.
Sunday, Sept 16th—
12 noon to 3 pm
Hands on-Learn how to make mozzarella cheese and take some home!
Sunday, October 14th—
4 pm to 6 pm
Milling & Baking Wild Leavened Bread with Whole Grains
Explore ancient, heirloom and local grains such as spelt, red fife, turkey red wheat, triticale, emmer and einkorn in fermented, naturally leavened bread.
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InstagrownEdible from leaf to seed buckwheat microgreens, Amaranth microgreens and mature amaranth on display at Alcalde Research station field day. #graintrials#ancientgrains #heritagegrains #graintrainFabulous class today with Pamela on a plethora of possibilities for using up that zucchini! Lemon blueberry zucchini muffins and no noodle zucchini lasagna. #homegrown #backyardgarden #wastenotwantnot #zucchiniEarth Day at the railyard!#homegrown #earthday#zerowaste#noplasticMaking marmalade from odd and bitter tangerines from a tree in CA that survived wildfire and possibly reverted to its original root stock. #wastenotwantnot #homemade #wildfire #resilienceWait! That’s not a chicken in my coop! Persistent bobcat snagged 5 birds then returned a few days later after fences had been ( inadequately) reinforced and was unable to get out. Thank you @nmdgfg (NM game and fish) for great job darting, tagging and relocating!#backyardchickens #wildlife#homegrown #nomoreeggsTortillas 101 using an odd hybrid backyard corn which is part Hopi blue and part sweet corn (did not want to replant that!). Nixtamalized with calcium hydroxide then ground in a food processor, hand pressed and cooked in hot cast iron pan. The yellow ones are made from Bob’s Red Mill masa harina flour. Both were yummy!#bluecorn #nixtamal #homegrown #homegarden #heirloomgrains #heritagegrains#grainchain
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