This sounds great! If I may, add a few suggestions. Just FWIW, have taught weaving, demo'd natural dyeing, suggested on plants. For me the main thing is to show how to do something, and leave yourself outs. Such as, on weaving, others warp the loom different, this is my way. On plants, growing, styles, leave yourself wiggle room. That being, my way-or-hiway attitude can lose your people. Also listen. You may learn more tidbits from students/customers than from a book.
As for growing plants, I am leaning more to the addage that a plant wants to grow. Ignoring it or treating with the best organics may not make the difference. I have survivors and losers. That happens.
As a note, now I grow herbs, mostly in containers, over 15 varieties, sell fresh cut at the farmers market, and getting deeper into having plant starts. Keep dialog open, it is amazing what one picks up from customers.
Most of all, have fun!