forest gardening

Forest Garden Skill Share

As part of our regular series of Forest Garden Skill Shares, ELL is proud to be hosting a National Forest Gardening scheme:

We can share:

- an update on our work with the Newhaven community
- fingers crossed, a viewing of the newly minted short film
- emerging thinking about forest gardens as learning spaces (for example reaction to our proposed course at Schumacher)
- all your news
- ...and we will have space to sharpen our focus together on where NFGS can really make a difference.
 

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Forest Garden Skill Share

Come and join us to share knowledge at our regular skill share.

You are invited to bring whatever you like: news from a project you've been involved in, a piece of information... anything really... As long as it's linked to forest gardening. We usually kick off the event with a guest speaker and share some food. Please bring food or drink!

And don't worry if you don't have anything to bring. Come anyway! It's a good excuse to meet new people, relax and eat cake.

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Apple Tree Grafting Workshop

 

Edible Landscapes has teamed up with The Orchard Project - we will be learning how to graft apple trees using the ancient 'whip and tongue' method with a knife.
Once you've learned this reliable technique you'll be able to create new trees year after year.
 

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Forest Garden Skill-Share

You are invited to share something related to forest gardening! Perhaps a practical skill, a piece of information, or news from a project you've been involved in. Come and join us... Learn, network, eat cake.

Jo Homan has offered to give us the low-down on some interesting research published by the Agroforestry Research Trust, and we will share lunch.

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Design A Forest Garden - one day course (Kingston)

Booking Form here

Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

Event type: 

Design A Forest Garden - one day course

Booking Form here

Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

Event type: 

Design A Forest Garden - one day course

Booking Form here

Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

Event type: 

Design A Forest Garden - one day course

Booking Form here

Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

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Design A Forest Garden

*These courses are currently on hold while we focusing our energy into redeveloping the classroom site. This will enable us to offer a new range of free and affordable training for the community.*

If you are interested in taking part in training or volunteering, please get in touch via our contact page.

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Design A Forest Garden - one day course

Booking Form here

Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

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