Continuing Education

No matter what you choose to pursue, you should never stop seeking knowledge. Continuing education is quite different from a formal one in that people who are generally in the courses are older, and have more time and resources. While they could go back to get a whole, formal degree, continuing education gives them a variety of different opportunities to choose from. These courses will generally offer more specific segments on interesting topics, and rely on more of a class-based approach. 

Potential Future Continuing Ed Offerings

  • Planting for pollinators
  • Urban vegetable gardening
  • Pollinator relationships
  • Planting climate-adapted gardens 
  • How to improve soil health
  • Plant identification

Benefits of PBG Continuing Education

  • Requires less time commitment
  • Affordable and accessible
  • Subject-oriented
  • Offered by very few other institutions in the region

Further Information

We’re in the process of developing our educational strategies and connections with local and regional colleges and universities. Please stay tuned for more information about our Garden School. If you have any questions, you can email our Education Director, Michael Hyde.