designing edible spaces

Aug 19, 2018

Niels Corfield’s designing edible spaces courses

Would you like to be:

*Growing your own food but feel you don’t have space or the time?

*Eating more organic food but think it’s too expensive?

Learn the design skills and knowledge to transform gardens or urban spaces into abundant, edible gardens, that are full of food, friendly to wildlife, look good, and need little maintenance.

London weekend course—15th and 16th September 

Bristol evening classes—From 3rd October to 28th November (8 week course with one week half term break)

For information and booking details: https://bit.ly/2vFk3K9 

Dyfed Permaculture Farm and Scythe Cymru

Dyfed Permaculture Farm and Scythe Cymru

By Michelle Lainé Dyfed Permaculture Farm was founded in 1996. The 28 acre farm includes 6 acres of traditional wildflower meadow, permanent pasture, allotments, woods and gardens, all farmed by hand using traditional tools such as the scythe. We also have a...

WWOOFing as a post-school remedy

WWOOFing as a post-school remedy

by Amelie Flora Harper-Stanford My name is Amelie, I am nineteen. I live in Forest Row, Sussex, where I enjoy going on walks and navigating the day with my local community. I am a big creative and I value the region of the planet that I have grown up in. I love...

Forging ahead

Forging ahead

By Greg Klaes of Forge Farm / Clattercote Wharf My late wife Kate and I bought 2 hectares along the Oxford Canal where there was a canal loading wharf and several derelict 18th century barns in the early 1980’s. Sarah, our daughter, was three when we moved our...

Orchard Blossom Day

Orchard Blossom Day

By Adam Cade Orchard Blossom Day is a new annual event in recognition of the beauty, bounty and biodiversity of orchard fruit trees. It encourages orchard groups and managers to organise Orchard Blossom events during their own blossom time, perhaps as a seasonal...