Good Earth Pottery and Garden first opened in 1993. Owners David and Suzanne Gould have sought to make the space one of peacefulness and renewal for participants in Clay classes and workshops. Set in a serene woodland setting of hardwoods, with over 200 acres of surrounding meadows, creeks and fields, Good Earth Pottery offers panoramic views from the studio. Native wildlife can be observed swimming in protected waterways or walking sedately along the creek banks.The perennial gardens with native plants and some from Asia, which surround the studio are usually in bloom throughout the year. Students are invited to join instructor David Gould in either morning or evening classes for adults, or in youth classes after school each day. Class registration is ongoing throughout the year. See class schedule on this site as well as summer camp information.