Instructor: JOHN TRIMBLE


John is a professor at Weber State University and co-founder of Foodscaping Utah, a nonprofit organization that helps people get started growing food in beautiful frontyard foodscapes. He teaches Spanish and linguistics at Weber and teaches how to grow delicious fruits and vegetables in the community. As an educator, John is passionate about helping people learn how to learn; as a food and health activist, he believes everyone who eats should be passionate about food and believes that our landscapes have tremendous potential to reconnect us with natural beauty, healthy food and a sustainable lifestyle. When he is not teaching, he is busy with his two creative daughters who inspire him to help create a better world.

What Students are Saying:

"The instructor was very knowledgeable about the topic. He continued to ask if any questions and happily answered all. He had the knowledge to answer associated questions as well. His power point with pictures as well as the zoom garden tour was very rewarding helpful." - Dixie P

JOHN TRIMBLE is currently teaching:

Class Title Semester Date(s) Program
Growing Vegetables Summer 5/14/24 Lifelong Learning
Intro to Foodscaping: Principals and Design Summer 5/14/24 Lifelong Learning
Fruit Trees and Grapes Summer 5/21/24 Lifelong Learning
Drip Irrigation and Mulch Summer 5/21/24 Lifelong Learning