Upcoming Classes and Workshops

Urban Beekeeping

October 27 // 1:30 PM // 3700 Toledano

Learn the basics of a life-long hobby and get up close and personal with the beehives of All You Need! We will be demonstrating our urban beekeeping operation and teaching you all the most important steps to get your apiary started.

Honey and comb might just make an appearance! This workshop tends to fill up quickly so click below to purchase your tickets ahead of time. These classes tend to fill up quickly so click here to buy your tickets: https://link.waveapps.com/yh4thn-xcanvj

Email info@allyouneedinstitute.com

Raising Urban Chickens

Saturday December 1st // 1:30 PM //  3700 Toledano

Learn all you need to know to raise some happy healthy chickens with happy healthy eggs here in New Orleans. Coops and runs, raising chicks, egg production, buying adult birds, egg-eaters and broody hens, feed, and more!

Suggested donation $20 Click here to buy your tickets and reserve your spot! 

Email info@allyouneedinstitute.com if you have any questions or concerns!

Mushroom Growing on Logs

Saturday November 10th 1:30 PM – 3PM // The Green Project // 2831 Marais St. 

Join Jordan Bantuelle of All You Need for a hands on workshop where we will inoculate logs with shiitake, (possibly reishi), and oyster mushrooms. The cost covers admission, and then you can make logs with mushroom spawn and our homegrown beeswax to seal it!

Note that we will be using power drills, safety glasses recommended.

The workshop is $40 per attendee, and includes 1 take home log. Any additional logs cost $10/each. You will not save money by bringing your own log because we are still providing the spawn, tools, and wax. If you still wish to bring a log make sure you get the correct species, age, and health, which will be covered in the workshop.

Buy Tickets Here! 

Urban Water Management

December 8th 1:30 PM // 3700 Toledano

Learn about simple DIY solutions to prevent flooding on your property, including French drains, rain gardens, and barrels/cisterns. We will talk about the benefits of rain water and how it can be integrated into garden irrigation.

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DIY Composting & Soil Health*Make A Composter!

November 17 // 1:30PM // 3700 Toledano St. 

Learn how easy it is to compost at your house or troubleshoot your current compost pile. Transform your waste in to gold for your garden! Worm composting and compost tea will be covered as well.

At this workshop, we’ll get hands-on and show you how to build your own simple home composter, which can be adjusted in size to fit your needs. You’ll leave home with the equipment you need to get your compost pile started right. Stay posted for an upcoming video where we will show you the composter we’ll be building at this workshop.

**Materials included**but please do RSVP by emailing info@allyouneedinstitute.com or buying your tickets ahead of time so we know the quantity of materials needed!

$35 including composter, $20 w/o. Get in touch if $$ is holding you back. Click here for your tickets!

Naturalist Workshop: Reading the Winter Landscape

December 16 // 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM // Lumberton, MS

Join ecologist and environmental educator Matthew Herron at All You Need’s DeSoto National Forest site to learn more about the winter landscape. We will cover a broad range of topics: winter tree and seed pod identification, soils and geology and a sprinkling of animal tracks and signs, birds and more. We’ll be learning to read stories of the deep and more recent past from evidence in the present. Also included will be covering tools and techniques for field observation, journaling and discussions on how to research historic landscapes and imagine future healthy landscapes.
 
For optional campout on Sunday (weather permitting), bring your own tent and food for campfire potluck. There is sure to be night walks, good discussion, music, and reflection on sense of place and building a healthy relationship with land. Stay tuned for more details!
 
NOTE: The site is located near Lumberton, MS (see estimated travel times below). The exact address will be provided to registered participants. Carpooling is encouraged, so please let us know if you are interested in that option! ALSO, we strive to make this program available to all, so please contact us if cost is an issue.
Baton Rouge ~2 hr 15 min
New Orleans ~1 hr 20 min
Hattiesburg ~43 min
Gulf Port ~1 hr