Learn organic and ecological practices that can be applied to improve and maintain your kitchen garden from the expert CERES team in this relaxed and dynamic workshop.
Discover how food production is used in the modern world and how sustainable practices can integrate ecological principles, organic waste recycling, and animal systems into a kitchen garden. Participate in hands-on activities and investigate how food is produced in managed environments with a focus on ecology, soil quality, natural pest control, crop rotation and plant selection. Recognise the role of people in design and technologies occupations and explore factors, including sustainability, that impact on the design of solutions to meet community needs; and consider the differences between ecological and conventional gardening practices.
This workshop is open to green-thumbs of all ages interested in developing their gardening and sustainability practices at home.
This event is free, but bookings are required.