Certificate Program in Regenerative Agriculture

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Common Good City Farm

300 V St NW, Washington, DC 20001
This program takes place weekly for the farm season.  Applications open in January each year and students are notified in mid February.  Find out more on our website and see if applications are currently open.

Common Good City Farm will be offering training and certification in Regenerative Urban Agriculture.

The program will run once a week starting in mid-March and running until October, with breaks for holidays noted on the schedule below. Participants will gain the awareness and skills needed to successfully manage land for small-scale crop production using organic, regenerative and climate responsive techniques. Topics covered will include how to plan crops and keep records, propagation and planting techniques, irrigation types and installation, how to manage pests in an integrated system, best harvest practices, composting and more. Participants will have the opportunity to complete two levels over the course of 7 months. Certificates are part of a series whereby successful completion of each level is required to move on to the following.

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