June 20th 2023
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Cost: €15 – €25
Faciltator: Siobhán Lavelle
Forest gardening is a gardening practice which mimics forest eco-systems in order to grow more food in less space with less work. Forest gardens are more beautiful than conventional vegetable patches, store more carbon and provide more niches for biodiversity.
Join us for an introductory talk on the basic principles of forest gardening and how to get started. This will include a tour of forest gardening examples on site.
This will be a relaxed, interactive event with plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
Sliding scale is to accommodate people on lower incomes. Please pay what you can afford to help balance out costs.
Barter offers may be accepted. Please contact us to discuss this option.
Book soon as places are limited.
About the facilitator:
Siobhán is a qualified horticulturist and adult educator who has been growing food for 12 years and creating forest gardens for 4 years. She is an apprentice with the UK Permaculture Association and is a co-founder of Coole Eco Community. Siobhán is passionate about making food production easier and more sustainable by understanding and working with nature.