Seed to Table Workshops

Throughout the year, we offer Seed to Table Workshops about various aspects of gardening, nutrition, and cooking. Most workshops are held on the farm and all are open to the public.

Hot Sauce Making



Hot Sauce Making

Thursday, August 8, 6 - 8 pm

Join Cultivate the City's interactive workshop and discover the art of making hot sauce from Cultivate the City's lead farmer, Niraj Ray! Every year, CTC makes several different types of hot sauces from their unique (and super spicy) fresh peppers, and they are finally ready to share the knowledge and show you how to design and make your own! We will start with a quick tour of Common Good City Farm and show some of the hot peppers currently growing on the farm. We will have a variety of fresh peppers (Bhut Jolokia, Scorpion, Carolina Reapers, Thai Chili, Jalapeno, Habanero, Aji Charapita, Aji Amarillo, Aji Chombo, and more) to choose from to make the hot suace and jump right into making some blends. You'll learn about some of the secret ingredients that make their way into most of our sauces and the flavor profiles of different peppers and how to make a shelf-stable product with minimal processing. Finally you'll get a chance to sample everyone's creations, as well as taste the new hot sauces we've been cooking up for 2019!


Hive Mind: Beekeeping in Your Backyard

Saturday, May 11 , 1 - 3 pm

Join us for a crash course in bees and beekeeping, including a hands-on inspection of a hive! Meet your local beekeepers and learn about bee biology, the role of the beekeeper, products of the hive, native bee-friendly plants, and more. Get your fingers sticky as the beekeepers walk you through a hive inspection , and come away with information on how you can be a good bee neighbor, and some delicious recipes for honey-based treats. Please wear long pants and close-toed shoes.



A Taste of History Cooking Class with Kutlery 

Thursday, June 20, 6 - 8 pm


Chocolate Making

Cacao Bite Making: From Bean to Bar with Herbal Infusion

Friday, June 7, 6 - 8 pm

Learn how to make and take home chocolate using single origin direct trade cacao beans at Common Good City Farm.