Home and Garden

Autumn: the season for soup!
What is more satisfying that a warm bowl of soup during the cool days? Find your favorite within 12 different […] Posted September 7, 2017
The global exploration of coffee
Curious about coffee? Roused by roasting? Explore the origins, history and diversity of coffee growing, roasting and brewing with experts […] Posted June 2, 2017
A permaculture approach to growing and cooking food
As a testament to the fusion of his work experiences in the fields of ecology, agriculture and education, instructor Matt […] Posted March 8, 2017
Solar in the Northwest
Remember the sun? That ball of light in the sky that leaves us in the dark every winter? Turns out […] Posted November 9, 2016
Big ideas for tiny houses
Tiny houses are a big deal for people looking for financial freedom, tight-knit community, and lighter environmental footprint. In instructor Lina […] Posted August 5, 2016
Sowing seeds, growing minds, cultivating community
You’ll often see Nora Lindsey in the Learning Garden at PCC Rock Creek where she manages the educational space with […] Posted May 27, 2016
Midwest knowledge for your Portland garden
Rod Smith learned to garden as a child growing up on his parents’ farm in Iowa. He has grown fruits […] Posted March 16, 2016
Get into Woodworking this Winter 2
Instructor Gary Martin has been a woodworker for 56 years, he still owns the drill press and scroll saw his […] Posted December 31, 2015
Come hungry!
Instructor Edurne Garcia-Andre’s mother’s best friend was a fantastic cook, who at a young age helped ignite Edurne’s own passion […] Posted September 18, 2015