Let’s Gather & Create
Do You Ever…
- wish your life could feel less overwhelming and more meaningful?
- wish for more time to nourish your creative side that is also practical and grounded?
- wish you could grow a thriving herb garden?
- wish you knew how to cook with herbs and make homemade herbal-based bath and beauty products?
You’re in luck! All of that and more is possible when you join one of our classes or workshops!
“I love A Farm to Keep’s, classes. They are always practical, well-organized, and thoughtfully curated for beginners like me. I look forward to each class, and Julia makes it a fun and delightful experience.“
What to expect from A Farm to Keep’s Classes & Workshops?
All of our classes are designed to meet you right where you are in your skill level while helping you connect to the world of herbs through crafting, cooking, and gardening.
It is through learning to cultivate a love of making with and growing herbs that it’s easier to reconnect with our innate kinship with nature and the seasons.
Each of our classes and workshops is rooted in mindfulness and intentionality, focusing on connection to nature and sustainability while providing practical skills that allow you to enjoy the process. Our students leave their classes and workshops with knowledge and finished products that continue to inspire their curiosity long after our time together is complete.
How Long Are The Classes & Workshops?
Our classes range in length. At a minimum, they are 60 to 90 minutes long with our shortest workshops being 3 hours.
No Prior Experience is Required
All of our classes and workshops provide step-by-step instructions on the best materials to use, how to set up your workspace, best practices, plus additional ideas on how to extend your experience and knowledge.
As part of our 60+ minute courses, we offer a comprehensive digital workbook to download that will include the recipes demonstrated in class, a materials list, and bonus resources.
About the Instructor
Julia Linsteadt (she/her) writes and creates about growing a garden, cooking from the garden, making and learning about herbs, and creating art inspired by the garden and nature. She facilitates workshops and group gatherings both virtually and in person. She enjoys helping others discover their deepest joys. Her work has been featured in Willow & Sage Magazine, Botanical Anthology, & Willow & Sage: Natural Home. She resides in the foothills of Northern California.