Upcoming Classes


Below is a chronological listing of classes. The class titles are hyperlinked, so click on the class name to go directly to its individual page to register. To enter a search for a particular class or to peruse classes by subject areas please visit the Classes Homepage.


Classes for 2018:


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Tue, Feb 27
Making Houston a Resilient City: Flooding, Carbon and Food (HMNS)FULL
SEATS ARE AVAILABLE****NOTE: DAY OF LECTURE---Please do not register on this web site. You may buy tickets at the museum ticket box or online at http://www.hmns.org/ -- Scroll down to What's Happening- Highlights to buy tickets.**** This lecture will focus on the challenges and opportunities ...
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Sun, Apr 08
Restoring Nature Through Permaculture (Series)
This four class module is open to anyone who has completed our prerequisite classes: Sustainable Living Through Permaculture classes 1 & 2. Offered in October and January. No ecology or nature training is necessary. In this module we will combine nature study at area prairies, woodlands, and wat...
12:00noon to 5:00pm
Sat, Apr 21
Edible Landscapes (HMNS)
In making the most of our small spaces, it's a good idea to think about an edible landscape. This class will discuss the basics of good landscape design based on sound gardening principles and aesthetic beauty. Included will be instruction on how to design the basic components of the garden spa...
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Sat, Apr 28
Ancient Art of Fermentation
Come learn the ancient art of wild fermentation at the market! It’s a simple way to preserve food, harvest local probiotics, spread food cultures, and get creative with your food. In this short introductory class, we will cover the basics of the fermentation, taste homemade ferments, and get our ha...
8:30am to 11:00am
Sat, May 12
Square Foot Gardening (HMNS)
Square Foot Gardening is a simple method for planting seeds in a specific way in a raised bed garden. However, this class is designed for Houston's deluge/drought rainfall, heat and humidity; information not included on the internet when you read about square foot gardening. You will learn alte...
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Sat, Jun 09
Low Volume Irrigation (HMNS)
A garden that conserves precious water resources is a rewarding investment. Keeping water on our property is good for our gardens, as well as the health of the city's water supply. Through micro or low volume irrigation, we can eliminate water runoff into the street and water more deeply for he...
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Sat, Jun 16
Starting a Community or School Garden Workshop
There are many reasons for starting a community garden: creating a strong sense of community and stewardship; developing a community’s identity and spirit; providing a space for communities to grow safe, nutritious food; empowering communities with the knowledge to grow their own food and offering e...
8:30 am to 2:30 pm
Tue, Jun 19
The Edible Academy: Cultivating the Outdoor ClassroomFULL
This three-day workshop will provide classroom educators, parents and garden coordinators with hands-on experience that will help you use your Outdoor Classroom as an exciting educational tool! Explore lessons in gardening and basic cooking techniques that support TEKS objectives in earth science, s...
8:00am to 3:00pm
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