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Learn to grow microgreens indoors on your windowsill or counter. Microgreens are simple and inexpensive to grow. No green thumb needed.

Dense with nutrients, microgreens do not require expensive grow lights, fancy kits, or long, confusing processes. Learn to grow microgreens the TiMM way with Margo Clayson. Margo has been growing microgreens as a source of nutrition for 20+ years, first for her growing family, and then as a commercial grower selling at Farmer’s Markets and through stores and restaurants. She took her successful commercial growing process and scaled it down to make it possible to grow microgreens inexpensively and easily in homes all across the United States. She is based in Inkom, Idaho.

In-person, affordable microgreen classes are available within the Bannock County area. Zoom classes are available outside Bannock County

  • Homeschool groups
  • Schools and classrooms
  • Family get-togethers
  • Scouting and Youth groups
  • Elder care and special needs
  • Gardening groups
  • Business enrichment meetings
  • Health and Wellness classes
  • YOUR group.

Each participant is provided a microgreen kit and will plant their own tray of microgreens in class, with step-by-step hands-on instructions. We will also go over how to use your microgreens, how to store them, how to keep a rotating system going, how microgreens affect nutrition, and more. Each class is geared to the group, covering age-appropriate materials and requested topics..

The class wraps up with a comprehensive question-and-answer session to ensure you have all the information you need for continuing success. Classes are approximately 90 minutes long.

To schedule a class and to learn more, contact or 208-775-3775


Past sponsors of microgreen classes in Bannonck County have included The Institute of Rural Health and The Albertson’s Foundation. Sponsorships to cover rural outreach are welcomed.

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