Learn how to make your garden a pollinator-friendly haven!
Starts 29 JunStarts 29 Jun
Woolwich Front Room, 105 Powis Street,London SE18 6JB
Love gardening, but want to have a more diverse space? Or are you completely new to gardening and looking for points and tips on ensuring your garden can support more life? If so, then you're in the right place!
This course will introduce the key features of a biodiverse garden and how you can incorporate them into your own practices. We will explore examples of gardening for biodiversity in a growing space and incorporate plenty of practical, hands-on activities to embed the practices.
By the end of the course, you'll be able to:
Construct examples of structures to support biodiversity in a garden
Use natural materials to make soil tonics and explain how they benefit plants
Design a plan to improve the biodiversity of their own (or another) space over 5 years
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Please note, this course is only free for London residents. If you live outside London, please contact Georgia@gcda.org.uk
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Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency (GCDA), Norman Road, London, UK
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