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Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply is excited to announce an amazing year of workshops!

All workshops require pre-registration & pre-payment is requested. Call Peaceful Valley's store to register at 530-272-4769 x106. Cash or check payments only, no credit cards.

To pre-pay, please mail a check made out to the workshop presenter to
Peaceful Valley, Attn: Workshops, P.O. Box 2209, Grass Valley, CA 95945

125 Clydesdale Ct, Grass Valley, CA


Pruning Essentials with Meredith Cherry

Saturday, January 31st, 9:30 am - 11:30 am — $10.00
"Farming since 2006, author of Along the Kings Road: A Guide to Touring the California Missions by Bicycle."

In this class you will learn how to work with your plants’ natural growth habits and not against them by using the science behind how plants grow and react to pruning. We will discuss the basic guidelines, techniques and tools for pruning fruit and ornamental trees, perennial shrubs, vines and roses.


Grow Great Blueberries In The Foothills with Linnie McNaughton

Saturday, February 7th, 10:00 am - 11:00 am —FREE
Peaceful Valley Nursery (has been gardening in the foothills for over 30 years)

Find out tips for growing these sweet nutrient dense fruits successfully in our foothill region. Variety selection, growing in containers, amending soil, and watering will be discussed.


Growing Raspberries and other Cane Berries with Carolyn Singer

Saturday, February 21st, 9:30 am - 11:30 am — $15.00
Is the regular local garden columnist for The Union and the author of “The Seasoned Gardener” and “Deer in My Garden”

These fragile fruits are most flavorful and nutritious picked from your garden. This class will detail the individual needs for soil amendments, mulch and training so you can grow your own cane berries successfully.


Success with Apples and Pears with Meredith Cherry and Rebecca Baer

Saturday, February 28th, 10:00 am - 11:00 am —FREE
Peaceful Valley Staff

A beautiful, bountiful harvest requires year round care and maintenance of your apple and pear trees. This class will cover the annual tasks that your apples and pears need, including pruning, fertilization, and how to prevent damage from codling moths and other pests.