Designing Edible Spaces – London

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Would you like to be:
* Growing your own food but feel you don’t have space or the time?
* Eating more organic food but think it’s too expensive?

Transform your garden into a productive, low maintenance, edible garden, that is full of food, friendly to wildlife & looks good.

This course covers:
* Hands-on design skills
* Overview of edible plants and mushrooms
* Strategies for low maintenance & ecological growing practices
* Backyard animals
* Soil, fertility & composting
* Water & irrigation options
* Applying ideas to your own space
* Creating a design for your own space

The course is suitable for beginners as well people with more gardening/design experience.

Learn what the possibilities are, and how to:
* Get more out of your space by using vertical growing for optimum production in a small space.
* Identify microclimates and create new microclimates to increase productivity. Get food from shade.
* Apply simple solutions for any type of garden, from a small yard to an allotment or school.

What you take away from the course
* Printed, full colour, 36-page A4 course handbook
* Digital A4 colour handouts

Concepts Covered on this Course
* Designing
* Creating & augmenting micro climates
* Permaculture principles
* Mapping
* Composting
* Mulching
* Pruning

Who is this course for?
* Homeowners
* Allotment holders
* Community Groups
* Landscape & Maintenance Gardeners
* School Teachers/Workers

Dates: 
2 February 2019
3 February 2019
More dates and times information: 
9.30-17.00

Designing Edible Spaces - Evening Class

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Summary: 

Would you like to be:
* Growing your own food but feel you don’t have space or the time?
* Eating more organic food but think it’s too expensive?

Transform your garden into a productive, low maintenance, edible garden, that is full of food, friendly to wildlife & looks good.

This course covers:
* Hands-on design skills
* Overview of edible plants and mushrooms
* Strategies for low maintenance & ecological growing practices
* Backyard animals
* Soil, fertility & composting
* Water & irrigation options
* Applying ideas to your own space
* Creating a design for your own space

The course is suitable for beginners as well people with more gardening/design experience.

Learn what the possibilities are, and how to:
* Get more out of your space by using vertical growing for optimum production in a small space.
* Identify microclimates and create new microclimates to increase productivity. Get food from shade.
* Apply simple solutions for any type of garden, from a small yard to an allotment or school.

What you take away from the course
* Printed, full colour, 36-page A4 course handbook
* Digital A4 colour handouts

Concepts Covered on this Course
* Designing
* Creating & augmenting micro climates
* Permaculture principles
* Mapping
* Composting
* Mulching
* Pruning

Who is this course for?
* Homeowners
* Allotment holders
* Community Groups
* Landscape & Maintenance Gardeners
* School Teachers/Workers

Dates: 
23 April 2019
18 June 2019
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Designing Edible Spaces – London

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Online Course: 
not online
Summary: 

Would you like to be:
* Growing your own food but feel you don’t have space or the time?
* Eating more organic food but think it’s too expensive?

Transform your garden into a productive, low maintenance, edible garden, that is full of food, friendly to wildlife & looks good.

This course covers:
* Hands-on design skills
* Overview of edible plants and mushrooms
* Strategies for low maintenance & ecological growing practices
* Backyard animals
* Soil, fertility & composting
* Water & irrigation options
* Applying ideas to your own space
* Creating a design for your own space

The course is suitable for beginners as well people with more gardening/design experience.

Learn what the possibilities are, and how to:
* Get more out of your space by using vertical growing for optimum production in a small space.
* Identify microclimates and create new microclimates to increase productivity. Get food from shade.
* Apply simple solutions for any type of garden, from a small yard to an allotment or school.

What you take away from the course
* Printed, full colour, 36-page A4 course handbook
* Digital A4 colour handouts

Concepts Covered on this Course
* Designing
* Creating & augmenting micro climates
* Permaculture principles
* Mapping
* Composting
* Mulching
* Pruning

Who is this course for?
* Homeowners
* Allotment holders
* Community Groups
* Landscape & Maintenance Gardeners
* School Teachers/Workers

Dates: 
27 April 2019
28 April 2019
More dates and times information: 
9.30-17.00

Designing Edible Spaces – Bristol

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Online Course: 
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Summary: 

Would you like to be:
* Growing your own food but feel you don’t have space or the time?
* Eating more organic food but think it’s too expensive?

Transform your garden into a productive, low maintenance, edible garden, that is full of food, friendly to wildlife & looks good.

This course covers:
* Hands-on design skills
* Overview of edible plants and mushrooms
* Strategies for low maintenance & ecological growing practices
* Backyard animals
* Soil, fertility & composting
* Water & irrigation options
* Applying ideas to your own space
* Creating a design for your own space

The course is suitable for beginners as well people with more gardening/design experience.

Learn what the possibilities are, and how to:
* Get more out of your space by using vertical growing for optimum production in a small space.
* Identify microclimates and create new microclimates to increase productivity. Get food from shade.
* Apply simple solutions for any type of garden, from a small yard to an allotment or school.

What you take away from the course
* Printed, full colour, 36-page A4 course handbook
* Digital A4 colour handouts

Concepts Covered on this Course
* Designing
* Creating & augmenting micro climates
* Permaculture principles
* Mapping
* Composting
* Mulching
* Pruning

Who is this course for?
* Homeowners
* Allotment holders
* Community Groups
* Landscape & Maintenance Gardeners
* School Teachers/Workers

Dates: 
25 May 2019
26 May 2019
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9.30-17.00
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Apple Tree Grafting Workshop

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Tuition in grafting fruit trees. Tools, rootstocks and grafting material all provided. You can bring your own grafting twigs if you wish. Your grafted tree is included in the price and you can graft more trees for the price of the rootstock. Hot drinks and soup provided.
Booking is essential.

Dates: 
24 March 2019
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10am to 1pm
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Bridge Farm is Soil Association certified with a high regard for conservation. We keep Golden Gurnsey dairy goats and assorted poultry.

Cost: 
£15
Contact Details: 
Address: 
Bridge Farm, Snitterby Carr, Gainsborough, DN21 4UX
Contact name: 
Patty Phillips
Telephone number: 
01673 818272
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Improving Soil Health on Horticulture Operations - Oxton Organic

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Apply the soil health principles to transform your soil into a crumbly, friable state that's easy to work & produces healthy crops.

A one-day course on promoting and preserving soil health, using problem-based learning.

--> Living Roots - Covered Soil - Minimal Disturbance - Diversity

Dates: 
19 March 2019
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Improving Soil Health on Horticulture Operations - London

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Summary: 

Apply the soil health principles to transform your soil into a crumbly, friable state that's easy to work & produces healthy crops.

A one-day course on promoting and preserving soil health, using problem-based learning.

--> Living Roots - Covered Soil - Minimal Disturbance - Diversity

Dates: 
22 February 2019
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Improving Soil Health on Horticulture Operations - Cae Tan

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Apply the soil health principles to transform your soil into a crumbly, friable state that's easy to work & produces healthy crops.

A one-day course on promoting and preserving soil health, using problem-based learning.

--> Living Roots - Covered Soil - Minimal Disturbance - Diversity

Dates: 
18 February 2019

Improving Soil Health on Horticulture Operations - Feed Bristol

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Apply the soil health principles to transform your soil into a crumbly, friable state that's easy to work & produces healthy crops.

A one-day course on promoting and preserving soil health, using problem-based learning.

--> Living Roots - Covered Soil - Minimal Disturbance - Diversity

Dates: 
4 February 2019
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7 Edible Plants You Can Grow At Home

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We will introduce you to 7 of some of our favourite plants we have used and worked with. There will be an opportunity to see and be part of a practical demonstration of each plant.

Dates: 
11 May 2019
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9am - 4pm
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Cost: 
£90
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