Are you interested in growing your own apples on your homestead or property? Join us for this hands-on Land & Table apple tree pruning workshop with orchardist, heirloom apple enthusiast, and cidermaker John Hoskins on Saturday, February 18 (10 am – 12 noon). This will be an introductory workshop on the art and science of pruning apple trees. You will be learning and practicing the art of pruning.

You must bring your own ‘bypass pruners’ which can be picked up at most hardware stores. Lunch will be provided. Rain date for this event is Saturday, Feb. 25.

This event is part of the ReSkill series of workshops hosted by Land & Table to empower homesteaders, small farm owners, and anyone passionate about local food. Our desire is to revive the timeless agrarian skills of generations past and in turn relocalize our regional food system.


– COST: $15 – In order to attend this workshop you must purchase a ticket.

– TIME: Saturday, Feb 18 (10am – 12noon) / Rain date: Feb 25.

– Due to the intensive teaching aspects of this workshop it is being capped at 12 students.

– Please bring bypass pruning shears.

– Please dress in layers as it may be colder but you may warm up as we get pruning.

– This workshop will require standing. Please wear comfortable shoes.

Hoskins Orchard: 5209 Coffee Road,Forest,24551

Land And Table

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