Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga are hosting a series of FREE 'sustainable gardening' workshops.
There are three topics in the series, each offered at two alternate times on weekend afternoons, with limited places available for each session. Register to attend as many, or as few, of the topics as you like.
1. Get growing sustainably
What is sustainable gardening; explore various tools to help you to develop the first (or next) steps for your garden
Sat 21st June OR Sun 22nd June, both 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Understanding & improving your soil, including soil tests, organic methods & compost
Sat 12th July OR Sun 13th July, both 1:30pm - 4:30pm
3. Propagation, saving seed & surviving summers
Ways to extend your garden, share with others and prepare for summer
Sat 11th October OR Sun 12th October, both 2pm - 5pm
Venue: National Environment Centre, Thurgoona
The workshops will look at 'sustainable' gardening from a range of perspectives and provide tools you can choose from for use in your own garden (or not - afterall, there's no single way to garden that suits everyone!).
The sessions are designed to accommodate all-comers - whether just starting out or a seasoned gardener - and are an opportunity for participants to share local experience.
Image: SSAW Sustainable Gardening Workshop series flyer
The series is supported by Murray Local Land Services, the Australian Government and Riverina Institute of TAFE.
We'd really appreciate your support for this series too, either as a participant (please book) or by passing this information on to others who may be interested.
Disclaimer: As you've likely guessed or noticed, I'm helping to deliver this series!