On Monday, 8th November at 2pm GMT, EFCF (European Federation of City Farms) will hold a webinar about the Gardeniser training and licence. The webinar is free of cost and open to anyone.
What is it?
Gardeniser is an EU-funded project to develop continuous learning for people in cities around Europe while also providing professional recognition for work in community projects such as city farms and community gardens.
Who is it for?
A Gardeniser (garden-organiser) works with people in a community or urban garden. The role requires both practical gardening skills, as well as the ability to support volunteers and staff. A Gardeniser amplifies the work that gardens and farms do through good communication, mediation, organisation and management.
What are the benefits of Gardeniser training for city farms, community gardens and communal green spaces?
Tips, tricks and best practices on working on green spaces with people, design and implementation
Best practices and resources, such as getting the necessary licences and permits from local authorities
Proven models for operating a social enterprise, including recruiting volunteers, forming partnerships with donors and working with local businesses
How to learn more
Find out more about the Gardeniser project here.
This webinar will look at how to start, manage and grow a fruitful network of community growing groups, taking lessons from the Edible Cardiff Network.
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