Classes on the Farm

We are over the moon with excitement about inviting friends to the farm in June.  One way that we want to introduce the farm is through classes on a variety of topics that are of interest.  Here are some of the classes that are currently scheduled, and a link to more information on our website.


Herb Gardening– June 22nd
This class will focus on selecting, propagating, and drying herbs for use around the home.


Photographing Flowers – June 29th
Focused on the nuances of capturing flowers with a camera. The farm should be ablaze in a variety of colors at this time and provide a number of great backdrops.


Colonial American Farming – July 6th
Come celebrate Independence Day with us as we reflect on our founding farmers crops, methods and tools. Course Outline – http://www.croutfarm.com/colonial-american-farming/


Arranging Flowers – July 13th
Come practice putting flowers together to highlight the colors, textures, and shapes of natures beauty.


The unsung beauty of the cotton plant – July 19th
Cotton was a mainstay cash crop on many small farms in the early 1900s and our class will focus on the cotton history of East Tennessee. The cotton flowers will be on the plants and are spectacular. Course Outline – http://www.croutfarm.com/the-unsung-beauty-of-the-cotton-plant/


Arranging Flowers – July 26th
Come practice putting flowers together to highlight the colors, textures, and shapes of natures beauty.

The classes will be on farm, and will start at 4 pm and run for three hours. Class Cost is $40 per session.

Class sizes will be limited to 8 people per class to allow hands on time together.