Current Events

We have moved classes to an online format. Scroll down for more classes.

Here is the first in a series of classes based on home gardening.
Growing Kale at Home:
Kale is a nutrient dense easy to grow crop for home gardens. Join Stephanie Ciner for this 15 minute overview of how to grow, harvest, prepare, and prolong your kale growing season.

These classes are possible through a grant from the Erie County Department of Health.

Here is the second in a series of classes based on home gardening.
Herbs:
Herbs add flavor and variety to many foods and are easy to grow in backyard gardens. People often wonder how to grow, use and preserve fresh herbs if they typically buy them dried at the store. In this video Stephanie Ciner of Wild Field Urban Farm shares tips on herbs for home gardeners and cooks.

These classes are possible through a grant from the Erie County Department of Health

Here is the third in a series of classes based on home gardening.
Tomatoes:
Tomatoes come in all shapes and sizes, from ½ inch red cherries to 2-pound yellow heirlooms. They are great for fresh eating, making sauce and salsas, freezing and canning. Learn how to grow, troubleshoot, harvest, prepare and preserve tomatoes grown in a home garden in this video with Stephanie Ciner of Wild Field Urban Farm.

These classes are possible through a grant from the Erie County Department of Health

Upcoming Events

Due to the unprecedented circumstances we have no future events or classes scheduled at this time. Classes will resume once public gatherings are permitted. Stay tuned for updates about future events and classes.

Past Events

Farm-to-Table Dinner 2019

THANK YOU! to everyone who attended, contributed ingredients, entertained us, helped to prepare the meal, serve it, or cleanup afterwards! We thoroughly enjoyed your company and the event. Hope to see you at our 2020 Farm to Table dinner – details will be shared as soon as they are complete.

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Previous Classes Hosted by Edinboro Market

  • Making kombucha
  • Backyard chickens ‘from scratch’
  • Making yogurt and homemade granola
  • The science of chocolate
  • Health benefits of herbs
  • Beekeeping basics
  • Making goat milk soap
  • Square foot gardening
  • Healthy snacks
  • Mighty microgreens
  • Growing and using culinary herbs
  • Tea tasting with Happy Mug
  • Urban foraging
  • Reducing processed foods
  • Making nut butters and milks
  • Coffee tasting with Happy Mug
Fresh. Locally Grown. Edinboro Market.