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  Farm to Feast
Featuring Herbs
Worm Composting class!

Lunch and Learn with all natural farmers Holly Ross of Hollyberry Farm and Heather Rinaldi of Texas Worm Ranch.  This class will focus on herbs.  How to organically grow, care, harvest and prepare delicious meals using herbs from the garden.  Herb presentation from Holly Ross, Tour Texas Worm Ranch gardens, learn growing and harvesting techniques from both farmers, and enjoy a Q&A discussion. Both farmers will make a refreshing lunch with courses featuring herbs. Pesto making and vinegar infused with herbs will be demonstrated.  These are meals the farmers make for their families. Recipes for each course will be provided, and organically grown herbs and plants, worm castings and Worm Wine (TM) will be available for sale.

Lunch Menu:
Iced Herbal Tea
Turkish Salad
Herb Chicken Salad
Pesto Pasta
Herbed Fruit
Rose Geranium Cake

Date:  June 10, 2014
Time:  10:30 AM -12:30 PM

Location:  Texas Worm Ranch 
2636 National Circle,
Garland, TX 75041
Cost:  $30
Class Limit:  20


365 Days a Year of North Texas Edible Gardening

Date: August 2 and 9, 2014

Time: 9 Am-Noon
Cost: $125 Includes 2 days of classes, class workbook, 10 lbs of worm castings and 1 gallon of Worm Wine
Class Limit:  20
Location: Texas Worm Ranch
2636 National Circle,
Garland, TX 75041

The North Texas Climate is both harsh and promising to the Edible Gardener. What works in most of the country, does not work in our microclimate, but other strategies can make a difference between garden success and failure.  My family eats something from our garden nearly 365 days a year and I would like to help you plan for that as well. This in depth class will help you succeed in providing fresh and healthy food to your family every day. 

Class Topics:

  • Soil Health—the key to it all
  • Garden Ecosystems—Grow a Jungle or Die in the Desert?
  • Season by Season Planning
  • 10 Day Weather Forecast
  • Seasonal Extension
  • Pest Control
  • Fertilization and Foliar Feeding
  • Succession Planting
  • Companion Planting
  • Maximizing Space in a garden
  • Container Gardening
  • Indoor Growing
  • Strategic Meal Planning


Worm Composting Class:  $45--includes a worm bin, complete with worms

Tuesday, July22, 2014:  10AM-Noon
Teacher:  Heather Rinaldi, Founder of Texas Worm Ranch
Where:  Texas Worm Ranch, 2636 National Circle, Garland, TX 75401

Our Worms Reduce, Reuse, Recycle--you can too!

Learn how Heather became a worm rancher and learned to love garbage.

Discover why you should consider vermicomposting, Where you can set up worm bins, How to setup and care for worm bins and How to utilize worm castings as a cheap and easy garden amendment to improve your chances for organic garden and landscaping success.  You will get your very own worm bin, complete with worms.

Herb Gardening
From Seed to Plate

Dates:  July 29, 2014, August 5, 2014, AND August 12, 2014

Time:  8:30 AM -Noon
Location:  Texas Worm Ranch 
2636 National Circle
Garland, TX 75041
Cost:  $175
Class Limit:  20

Herbs are the gateway learning tool for successful gardening, healthy living and tasty meals.  Come learn from all natural herb farmer Holly Ross of Hollyberry Farm and lifelong gardener, Heather Rinaldi of Texas Worm Ranch.  This in depth class will take you from the necessity, of microbes in the soil to seed and plant propagation to successful uses of herbs in meals and essential oils.

Class includes:  Workbook, 5 herb plants and 3 seed packets, 10 lbs of premium worm castings and one gallon of Worm Wine ™ to improve soil health.

Day 1- Intro in to herb gardening: How to grow, harvest and preserve herbs. In depth overview of how herbs work in the body to promote health and the importance of the essential oils. How to preserve herbs as essential oils.   Design your own herb garden for your yard’s distinct needs.

Day 2- The foundation of healthy plants--Biology of the soil, why we need fungi and other microbes and how you can prepare and maintain a biologically rich and fertile garden bed for long term herb garden success.  Hands on soil preparation and in-bed planting of herbs.

Day 3- Propagating herbs from cuttings and seeds.  Each student will take home 5 herbs that they propagated and 3 seed packets.  Answer all questions and overview each gardener’s herb garden plans.



Why Use Texas Worm Ranch Castings?

Our goal is to ensure that our castings are the premium standard for the industry, in
both nutrient value and soil biology.  Texas Worm Ranch commits to quality.

  • Unlike other casting producers, our worms are never fed peat moss
    (an unsustainable and antimicrobial food source) or just one food source of any kind. 

  • We custom feed a diverse mix of natural vegetative waste to produce a premium
    standard of abundant biomass of beneficial soil organisms and nutrients.

  • Our posted castings’ results are tested by a SoilFoodWeb- and
    Dr. Elaine Ingram-approved laboratory for diversity and mass of soil biology
    and nutrient cycling potential.

  • We use our castings in our own organic yard and tree treatments and vegetable
    production.  We require the highest quality for our purposes, and pass that quality
    on for our customers’ success.

  • Our castings are harvested weekly and kept moist and alive to ensure you get the
    highest quality and mass of biological life when applied to your property.

TWR castings have been tested by one of the leading labs in the country
- Click here and see the results for yourself!



We offer an array of earth-friendly workshops for kids and adults. Sign up now for summer!

Contact us for an appointment:
Texas Worm Ranch

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