Hands on tools for regenerative growing practices at the urban back garden scale
About this event
This course gives an overview of how regenerative farming practices can be applied at the urban garden scale. The benefits of these techniques include:
- improved soil health
- improved ecosystem health
- better water retention
- less erosion
- more carbon sequestered in the soil
...resulting in more nutrient dense food
Please note this course will take place over 2 evenings; Wednesday 30th and 7th July from 6 - 8pm
This course is facilitated by Liz from Grow South Permaculture
Liz is a mother, sustainability professional, eco-retrofit project manager, gardener, and chartered civil engineer with a Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design and has been teaching introductory Permaculture courses for 6 years. She has a thriving urban permaculture garden with a mini orchard, pond, hugel beds and much more. She also has a passion for alternative forms of education for children.
What about Covid-19?
The majority of the course will be held outside, appropriate social distancing and cleaning measures as per government guidelines at the time will be implemented throughout the course. If the course cannot run due to lockdown restrictions participants will be offered a place on a future course when restrictions are lifted.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Morden tube station (Northern Line) is approx 10 min walk.
Phipps Bridge tram stop is approx 10 min walk
Parking is available in the National Trust car park (parking fees apply)
How can I contact the organiser with any more questions?
Please contact Liz: [email protected]
What can I bring into the event?
We will be working outside, so be prepared for the weather.
Are concessions available?
Concession tickets are available, please contact Liz: [email protected]