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Start-up vegie patch basics: FREE course

Growing food at home with your kids is such a rewarding experience for everyone in the family. It can also be a bit daunting knowing where to start. I’ve spent so much time and money through trial and error working it all out and now I’m teaching other parents and childhood educators the right way to get started so you’re in the best position for success.

This free gardening course for beginners will teach you everything you need to know.

FREE online course
With Becky Searles

Learn how to grow organic food

Organic Action Plan

In a food garden, using organic gardening principles means the food your kid’s harvest is clean and free of pesticides, chemicals and synthetic fertilisers. You’ll be teaching your kids valuable life skills about working with nature and the natural world which will be with them for life.

In our Organic Action Plan course, we start you on your organic journey by breaking down key learnings into actions you can take to ensure your food garden is focused on being organic for the long-term.

5 Day eCourse
With Becky Searles

A comprehensive guide to a productive food garden

Organic Food Garden 101: Intensive Program

This course is the bee’s knees of learning. It covers everything you need to know about growing organic food with kids and staying organic long-term. It’s been created and developed from a parents perspective and includes exactly what you need to know and nothing you don’t. It’s ideal for parents, childhood educators and garden lovers of all kind who want to give themselves the best opportunity for success.

If you’re ready to grow organic food with kids and save money at the same time then you’ll absolutely love this course.

3 week eCourse
With Becky Searles

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