Online gardening workshops

Each one-hour presentation uses Zoom in full screen mode which is like having a speaker project onto a screen. It includes video, images, and sound as appropriate. There is a question and answer session at the end where participants can ask questions or go over specific points again.
 
There are three linked presentations covering composting, organic growing and microbed gardening.
Organic1, Thursday 19 November 2020 at 7.30pm Please email us to register your interest.
Understand why organic gardening is more sustainable, better for the environment and produces healthier and more productive soils. Suitable for beginners and those who want to learn about the latest soil management techniques.

Microbed1, Thursday 7 January 2021 at 7.30pm Please email us to register your interest.
Microbed gardening – uses raised beds that are just one metre square, Colin pioneered this way of growing. He has been running trials over several years and continually producing amazing yields including over 14kg of potatoes and 10kg of onions. His current garden of about 16 square metres in on track to produce over 100Kg of food this year.
 
Compost2, Thursday 11 February 2021.  Please email us to register your interest.
Compost – Make compost in as little as 8 weeks. Learn how to use it to improve soil fertility and soil structure. Colin is a master composter in every sense and has been making hot compost for 30 years.
 
Colin Shaw has been an organic gardener for over 30 years. He has written articles for gardening magazines in the UK including Kitchen Garden and Gardeners World. He was a freelance photojournalist for many years working for professional horticulture magazines in the US and Australia. He wrote the chapter on soil in the HDRA Encyclopaedia of Organic Gardening and the Rodale Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Organic Gardening. He has also talked to many gardening clubs and societies.
 
More information can be found at http://www.organicgarden.org.uk/online-workshops/

There is no charge but we would appreciate a donation towards the cost of the Zoom account  funded by http://www.eyamgreengroup.org.uk and the http://www.organicgarden.org.uk  web site.