We all learn best by doing, so let’s get making!
We run workshops on many of the things we love doing, such as organic gardening, composting, fermenting, baking bread, wood carving, making beeswax wraps, and much more. Many of our workshops are inspired by permaculture principles.
Here are our upcoming workshops – click the 'book' button to reserve your spot. You can also join our newsletter to be notified when new workshops become available.
Sat 17 December, 2pm to 4pm
Make your own festive decorations, all from natural and compostable materials. Materials and instructions will be provided for all items, including; dried orange garlands, stamped wrapping paper, origami tree ornaments, salt dough name tags, and mini rosemary wreaths
SUSTAINABILITY SUPER SESSION
Sat 14 Jan, 1pm to 4pm
Make plastic-free tools for life with your own natural reusable alternatives. Learn to make and take home your own reusable beeswax wrap, fruit and veggie produce bag, and jute cleaning scrubber. All made from natural materials and plastic-free.
INDOOR PLANTS - potting and care
Wed 5 Apr, 1.30 to 2.30pm
Learn how to choose and care for indoor plants to ensure they not only survive, but thrive!
We will demonstrate how to repot indoor plants, introduce you to propagating for beginners and share some plant care tips and tricks.
FEEDBACK & REVIEWS
"The short courses and Facebook events are fantastic. They are full of practical and well-researched topics to help us to help ourselves and our environment. The events are really informative and given at a level we can all understand. Your commitment and easy-going nature make it a go-to event."
"I would like to express my gratitude towards you both for running workshops during the South Australian COVID lockdown. This really helped pull me through and gave me something to look forward to. I was so thrilled to have a chance to learn the ins and outs of making great quality products in my own home."
"Folk of All Trades are a dynamic and innovative business, providing essential knowledge and skills to everyday people as we move towards more sustainable, locally-focused lifestyles that also reduce CO2 emissions."