Online Workshops (part 2)

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We’ve been continuing the Online Workshop series, you can catch up any you missed, or any you would like to see again by following the links below, the previous workshop links are in this blog, and can also be accessed on PLANT’s website.

Ninewells Community Garden has been helping to produce these online Workshops with PLANT Tayport, Strathkinness Community Garden, Yellow Wellies Gardening and Edible Campus St Andrews, including some additional presenters.

Want to learn more about taking care of your young Vegetable plants? Join Peter at PLANT and pick up some tips. https://tayportgarden.org/2020/06/15/taking-care-of-young-veg-plants-workshop-video/

Feed your soil to feed your plants, here’s information on improving your soil presented by Bob Bilson from Strathkinness Community Garden. https://tayportgarden.org/2020/06/24/soil-testing-and-improvement-workshop-video/

A short introduction to some permaculture principles and ideas for starting your own food forest presented by Carol Egner. https://tayportgarden.org/2020/07/10/food-forest-in-your-backyard-workshop-video/

Want to increase the wildlife in your garden? Helena from Ninewells Community Garden has some ideas, including providing a simple and safe water source. https://tayportgarden.org/2020/07/27/gardening-for-wildlife-workshop-video/

Peter at PLANT is on site with tips to reduce pest damage to your vegetables. https://tayportgarden.org/2020/08/13/planet-friendly-tips-on-keeping-your-veg-patch-pest-free-workshop-video/

We have more Workshops planned for autumn and winter, starting with a Meadow Making workshop in September, look out for the events on the Ninewells Community Garden facebook page.

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