Gardening 101

Gardening 101

Wed 07 March 2018 13:00-14:00

Community Garden on Frenchay Campus

Join us for our monthly Gardening 101 workshop where you can learn the basics of gardening from sowing, reporting, fertilising, and how to combat snails - all from scratch!  We will be learning about outdoor sowing, soil prep and  permaculture

This will tale place in our community garden situated in a beautiful and quiet corner of Frenchay campus, allowing you to take a well-needed break from the fast-paced, noisy, environment that can accompany student life.The Community Garden provides a regular opportunity for both experienced and new gardeners to get involved in their green campus and grow their own fruit and vegetables for free. By producing our own fruit and veg we are minimising our environmental impact and reducing food miles (and eating really tasty food, of course). 

In this session, we will be learning about outdoor sowing, soil prep and permaculture and is open to all students. You do not need to study an environmental subject or have sustainability experience to come along! 

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