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Biodynamism in Your Garden

A workshop aimed at teaching you how to increase biodiversity in your garden

As the benefits of organic gardening techniques become more widely understood, the number of people interesting in switching to organic has grown. But for those who have little experience of creating or managing an eco-friendly garden, the jump can be big one.  This workshop uses both the theory and the practice of the principles of biodynamics, as initially devised by Rudolf Steiner. Techniques that will be taught include the planting calendar, preparation and use of compost, and how to make lawns more resistant to drought.

Date: 20th Feb, 2011

Cost: £10 (£5 for concessions)

35 Park Road

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