Backyard Veggie Gardening workshops

Is creating a thriving, all year-round veggie garden on your wish list after the past few years? Growing vegetables is good for your wallet, your physical and mental health, and being prepared for future challenges.

This series of four, half-day workshops started in September last year, where we covered topics to help participants learn how to establish a successful self-sustaining vegetable garden with good planning, the right type of planting and some backyard inspiration.

The last in the series is on Problem Solving.

Backyard Veggie Gardening is perfect for both beginners and those who have a garden but want to learn more efficient practices and useful skills to make their garden thrive. Even if you haven't attended the previous workshops, don't worry - this workshop is full of helpful and practical information that you can apply immediately in you garden. 

Workshop 4: PROBLEM SOLVING - Things you need to know!
Date: Friday, 24 February 2023,  SAGE Garden, Moruya, 9am -1pm.
Work through solutions to some of the common problems backyard growers experience and learn about:

  • Preventing pests and diseases
  • Green manure and soil maintenance
  • Managing gluts and preparing for the hungry gap
  • Preparing for the cooler months
  • Lessons learnt and planning for the next season.

    Your workshop educator
    Alison Walsh is an experienced and passionate grower with a lifelong love of growing food and feeding people.

    Her wealth of knowledge is seen in the quality of the food she grows. Using natural growing techniques, and a plan, Alison has a constant supply of food that feeds three neighbouring families regularly, with an abundance for the frequent visitors and preserving.

    Alison has been involved with SAGE from the start and currently works as a volunteer to support the SAGE Steeping Stone Farm Education Facility.

    Alison is also a successful Herbalist at Moruya Natural Therapies.

    Book your place

    Workshop 4 - Problem Solving BOOK NOW

    Members – individual workshop $65 | Non-members – individual workshop $80

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    All workshops include morning tea and a light lunch (prepared with local produce) after the workshop.

     



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