This Climate Change Gardening course is ideal for all gardeners who want to build climate resilience into their garden plans. You’ll get plenty of tips and techniques to make your garden less work and more fun. Increase your confidence and learn how to nurture delicious, home-grown fruit and vegetables with little to no fuss at all, just by working with nature.
The course includes:
Your tutor today, Kim Stoddart, has been writing about Climate Change gardening since 2013. She writes for national press including The Guardian, The Times, Gardener’s World, Grow your Own Magazine and many more.
This course is suitable for beginner and more experienced gardeners alike.
What are the challenges and how can we overcome them?
How to bring resilient practices to your gardening across the board: saving seeds, making compost and choosing plants.
Creating biodiversity for pest control.
The course will finish with tea and cake and the opportunity to ask any further questions.
Climate Change Gardening will run from 10am until 4pm and includes a delicious farm lunch.
This course is suitable for complete beginners to the more experienced gardeners looking to learn more about building climate resilience into their garden.
Some of the day will be spent outside in the garden. Please check the weather for NP25 and dress appropriately.
Kim is a gardening journalist and author with a strong background in social enterprise and ethical business. She writes regularly…