Edible Forest Gardening - Kent TN14

Specialist - Forest gardening
Summary information

Natural Flow is heading to The Quadrangle Trust in leafy Kent for this Forest Gardening weekend course.

Are you seeking to create abundance in your own back garden or community growing space?

Forest garden design packs useful species into a small area to create an intensive and highly productive system. Learn how by design, a tree system can provide a diverse range of foods, requiring little maintenance and with few off site inputs.

On this two days course we will cover:

  • how a forest garden works
  • design elements of a forest garden
  • useful permaculture design principles
  • maintaining and building soil fertility and much more

 
Our teaching style will be lively, participatory and thought provoking. We hope that you will come away empowered and inspired to create your own meaningful designs.

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From a previous course participant:
"The workshop had a great balance between theory and practice" - Ariel Shepherd volunteer co-ordinator at Brockwell Park

Booking and further information
Contact Details: 
Cost: 
£190 and includes accommodation and all meals
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
Accommodation and all included meals are organised through the venue. Please contact Jessie Teggin at [email protected] or 07905 537 904
1 October 2016 to 2 October 2016
Teachers
Kevin Mascarenhas and team
Venue information
Apprentice Teachers
Teacher apprentices: 
This course is open to offers from apprentice teachers wishing to gain teaching experience.

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