Date(s) - 27 Apr 2013
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Sustaining Biodiversity, Sustaining You
This course is a series of 3 workshops on 2 Saturdays and 1 Sunday as follows:
Sat 27th April, Sat 4th May & Sun 12th May 2013.
You can book for individual workshops but it is encouraged that you attend all 3 workshops.
This is a new short course for anyone interested in growing their own food in a sustainable way. It is suitable for beginners and also experienced gardeners looking to deepen their understanding of natural processes.
We will cover all the areas of good practice that are required to grow crops successfully, from an organic viewpoint. Topics include soil management, composting, crop rotation and seed saving. Also considering the garden as an ecosystem where biodiversity is encouraged for pest control and how to use lunar cycles relevant for growers.
Tutor: Malcolm Berry who has been a professional gardener for 14 years, worked at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales and been teaching the subject for 3 years.
Bookings are closed for this event.