With the health and safety of our visitors, staff, and community in mind, Grace Farms has temporarily closed to the public as of March 9 and will remain closed at least through March 24. All events and programs scheduled during that time are cancelled or will be rescheduled for a later date.
There has been no known case of COVID-19 connected to Grace Farms; however, we feel it is important to take preventative measures to the extent possible and do what we can to help ensure the health and safety of all at Grace Farms.
Due to the temporary closure, we are postponing the March 14 Gardening Workshop.
Although Grace Farms is temporarily closed, the work of Grace Farms Foundation continues. Learn more about what we are doing to help serve our community during this time.
We look forward to re-opening as soon as possible and welcoming you to future Gardening Workshops.
Learn how to properly prune stone fruit trees with Master Gardener Nick Mancini. An author and lecturer on organic gardening, Mr. Mancini will lead a discussion on the importance of pruning for maintenance and easy harvest, followed by a demonstration on the plum trees in Grace Farms’ Plaza.
Join us for more Gardening Workshops: