SPRING Garden Cooperative

GROW GREAT FOOD AND FRIENDSHIP


Do you wish you had an edible garden?

Do you love to be outdoors with friends getting your hands dirty?

Want to learn more about growing your own fresh vegetables?

Sign up for a membership to the Garden Cooperative with Farmer Dave!



If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.
— Marcus Tullius Cicero

DETAILS

Step #1: Purchase your membership 

Step #2: Join Farmer Dave in the Eco-Institute gardens on Thursday and/or Saturday mornings 

Step 3#: Bring your harvest basket

Put in 3 hours of garden work and harvest yourself a huge basket of veggies, fruit, and flowers!  

 

Individual Share Membership: $80

Family Share Membership: $160 

 

We'll be working early mornings to beat the heat.

March 7 - June 8 Garden Days: Thursdays & Saturdays 7 - 10 AM

Don't worry if you have to miss some Garden Days.
Just make sure you've signed up for your membership before showing up for Garden Days, then join us when you like!


ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

 
  David Pollmiller   Garden Manager, wild food enthusiast, bee-keeper, mushroom grower, chef, seed saver, groundskeeper, musician, student and teacher – Farmer Dave Pollmiller has many passions in life. It´s not hard to see that his greatest passion in life is food. Dave has an infectious passion for growing food, foraging for food, cooking food and without a doubt, eating food. A native of Kansas, Dave left Kansas University in 2013 in response to his heart´s message to pursue his passions. He found himself working on organic farms in Hawaii and lived there for two years learning the basics of small-scale agriculture. Dave came to The Eco-Institute in 2015 for the Odyssey Fellowship program. Fully inspired by the work of The Eco-Institute, Dave stayed at the farm and became staff that winter. You will see the reflections of his passion in both the gardens and the kitchen.

David Pollmiller

Garden Manager, wild food enthusiast, bee-keeper, mushroom grower, chef, seed saver, groundskeeper, musician, student and teacher – Farmer Dave Pollmiller has many passions in life. It´s not hard to see that his greatest passion in life is food. Dave has an infectious passion for growing food, foraging for food, cooking food and without a doubt, eating food. A native of Kansas, Dave left Kansas University in 2013 in response to his heart´s message to pursue his passions. He found himself working on organic farms in Hawaii and lived there for two years learning the basics of small-scale agriculture. Dave came to The Eco-Institute in 2015 for the Odyssey Fellowship program. Fully inspired by the work of The Eco-Institute, Dave stayed at the farm and became staff that winter. You will see the reflections of his passion in both the gardens and the kitchen.