Joseph Lofthouse teaches the specific process for adapting vegetable crops to your specific location and challenges. Lessons from other landrace gardeners, and many resources.(13) 5.0 average rating
How Microbes Help Local Adaptation
This course is taught by Dr. James White of Rutgers University. Guaranteed to change the way you save seeds, or consider nutrient deficiencies, nutrient density in crops, and disease resistance.(4) 5.0 average rating
Community and Seed Swapping.
Join an active and engaged private landrace gardening community for inspiration, ideas and peer support. Ask questions, share photos, post your ideas for feedback. Gain access to the current platform for swapping seeds, and benefit as it evolves throughout the year.
Genetically Diverse Seeds!
Landrace Gardeners have been sending in their promiscuously pollinated, uncoddled seeds from all over the country. These seeds will be available on a sliding scale starting in the middle of December
“I just want to tell you how impressed I am with the content of the course. When I read the Landrace Gardening book I was a mixture of impressed with the power of the content, and disappointed with a lack of feeling 'connected' with the living voice of the content. Having the videos of you talking to Joseph in your gardens brought the video to life for me in such an engaging way. Personally, I would pay for this course, even after having read the book. And I'm kinda stingy! ;)”Skot Colacicco
“Taking the lessons and I’m very excited. It’s something that I was looking for but couldn’t even put it into words, as I didn’t know about landracing.”Yana Samir
“I finished the course last night and the information is really excellent and a great value for the cost. As someone who loves growing and maintaining specific varieties it truly opened my eyes up to the benefits of more genetic diversity in my garden. I can't wait to start experimenting with a spinach landrace this year. ”Jori Love
“From the bottom of my heart, thank you for putting this course together. It is absolutely mind blowing and inspiring and terrifying and exciting. I know I applied for a scholarship, but this course is genuinely valuable to me as a farmer, as a horticultural enthusiast and as a human. I would like to therefore pay my tuition and hope that perhaps someone more needy than me can take up a scholarship.”Sibastian Malouf
“This is such an interesting course. I'm really enjoying it! ”Emma Calvert
“Your changing the way I farm. Brilliant content!”Cheryl McGaffin
“Loving the course! I had no idea this was a thing and I find myself telling everybody all the time about it! I am so excited and have gotten multiple neighbors on board and a few signing up for the class as well! ”Eleanor Buell