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Darwin – “Grow Your Own” workshop series on now

2013 October 11
by anthea

 An initiative of Lakeside Drive Community Garden, The Mulch Pit and AWEganic Gardens

 About the workshops:

Each workshop will include in-depth theory & discussions with practical demonstrations. The information presented in the workshops is totally top end centric and climactically appropriate. Handouts containing detailed information and illustrations will be provided for each participant. The workshops will be held at Lakeside Drive Community Garden and The Mulch Pit at Nightcliff Uniting Church.

Each workshop is separate, and participants can choose which workshop(s) they would like to attend. However the workshops also run as a series and participants can attend as many workshops as they like.

Dates, topics & locations:

The workshops will be run on Saturdays & Sundays from 28th September to 26th October. They will run from 3pm to 6pm, with an afternoon tea included. Please arrive at 2.45pm so that we can meet and greet and sort out payments before the 3pm start.

Workshop 1 – Introduction to Permaculture: Saturday September 28th  – The Mulch Pit

Workshop 2 – Soils & Natural Fertilizers (Part I): Sunday September 29th  - Lakeside Drive Community Garden

Workshop 3  – Soils & Natural Fertilizers (Part II): Saturday October 5thThe Mulch Pit

Workshop 4 – Garden Design & Water Management: Saturday October 12th – Lakeside Drive Community Garden

Workshop 5 Seed Saving & Plant Propagation: Sunday October 13th  - Lakeside Drive Community Garden

Workshop 6 – Pest & Weed Management: Sunday October 20th – Lakeside Drive Community Garden

Workshop 7 – Chickens: Saturday October 26th – The Mulch Pit

Workshop costs: Each workshop is $30. Attend 3 or more and each workshop is $20.

Attendance: Please email ldcgarden@gmail.com or ring Lachlan McKenzie on 0407 168 200 to express your interest.

 

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