Spring Skills Share at Three Sisters Gardens

Join the Three Sisters Gardens team on Saturday March 23 at 10am-1pm at 5th & C Farm to learn some gardening basics. Farm-to-fork snacks will be provided. RSVP today! Share on Instagram here!

Attend this FREE EVENT to learn some new skills in a fun, community-centric environment. Three Sisters Gardens holds a Skills Share each month to promote knowledge transfer and sharing economies.

Their goal is to make all of this information readily available and accessible to anyone who wants to learn. There should be no barrier to entry when it comes to growing your own food and building food sovereignty.

This event is intended to be ZERO WASTE. It is recommended to bring your own plate/bowl/tupperware and utensils.

**If we are expecting rain, please dress accordingly. Rain coat, boots, and/or umbrellas recommended.


  • 10:00 AM – 10:10 AM – Opening Circle (Alfred Melbourne)
  • 10:15 AM – 10:55 AM – Turning Beds (Kat Burce)
  • 11:00 AM – 11:25 AM – Hedgerows (Alejandro Resendiz)
  • 11:30 AM – 12:10 PM – Propagation (Joe Urias @planting.justice)
  • 1215 PM – 12:40 PM – Vermicompost (Kris Burce)
  • 12:40 PM – 1:00 PM – Farm-to-Fork Snacks (Chef Pau Burce)

Alfred Melbourne, the founder of Three Sisters Gardens, is Hunkpapa Lakota heritage and was interviewed on the Strong Towns Bottom-Up Revolution podcast. We highly recommend listening to this great episode!

Our Strong Towns Strength Test—a sort of litmus test to determine if your community is on track to being financially resilient—asks the question “If you wanted to eat only locally-produced food for a month, could you?” For most people, the answer is no. Three Sisters Gardens is working to change that.