Workshop: Organic gardening, the natural way to grow
The essence of organic growing is to work with nature to promote a complete, healthy, productive and sustainable environment. It involves supporting healthy soils, encouraging wildlife and working creatively alongside nature when growing vegetables. The workshop will cover the practical aspects of planning your vegetable garden, seed sowing, building and maintaining soil health, encouraging biodiversity, using resources responsibly, avoiding the use of harmful chemicals and maintaining a healthy growing area. This workshop is designed to inspire you to reconnect with nature, adopt a more sustainable lifestyle and enjoy the benefits of sowing, growing and eating healthy organic vegetables.
About Marva Lashley: After leaving high school, Marva worked in the amenities department of the local council as a gardener, propagating and maintaining ornamental plants in glasshouses. Her other activities included the interior landscaping of the town hall, the amenities offices and venues that were used for civic functions.
From managing a garden centre to teaching horticulture, she has devoted the past decade to using and sharing her knowledge of organic gardening…… and continues to practice this exciting and satisfying vocation.
*Paying for this event*
We see Woodbank Community Food Hub becoming a thriving centre for local food production which people living in the surrounding communities enjoy and feel a part of. The events and activities we are running from the site are open to all. We have a limited amount of funding to run these events and we would like to make this go as far as possible, so please pay what you are able to. By paying the supporter price you will be contributing towards the long-term sustainability of the project. Thank you.
Low income £ 5.00
Standard £ 15.00
Supporter £ 20.00
|Location||Woodbank Community Food Hub|
|Offerton, SK1 4JS|
|Start||Saturday 14 Mar 2020 2:00pm|
|Finish||Saturday 14 Mar 2020 5:00pm|
|Organised by||Kindling Trust|