The benefits that community growing bring to physical and mental well-being and social cohesion are being increasingly recognised across policy thinking.
The climate impact of regenerative growing is overwhelmingly positive too, where practices like soil-building, composting, water harvestings, seed saving and local equitable food distribution are brought into play.
This webinar will give examples of these practices and discuss how regenerative community growing can influence the shift to agro-ecological practices in the food growing sector.
Our monthly webinars for SF&G members take place on the 3rd Wednesday of every month, 2-3pm and are part of the free package of benefits that members have access to. Non-members may also attend for £10.
Recordings of past webinars are made available on our website. Webinars are hosted on Zoom which is free to access.
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.
Edible Cardiff is a cross-city network with the...