Growing a Healthy Community Garden Training: Getting Governance Right (Bristol)

New for Autumn 2018 - Growing a Heatlhy Community Garden Training

Thanks to sponsorship from Dobies Seeds, this new training series is open to all members of Social Farms & Gardens.

This first event is an introductory training session for:

  • new community gardens
  • new trustees/management committee members
  • informal associations wanting to develop

Where: Social Farms & Gardens, The Greenhouse, Hereford Street, Bristol, BS3 4NA


Llaethyddiaeth ficro - Cyfleoedd ar gyfer prosiectau Ffermio gyda Pobl (Machynlleth)

Mae llaethyddiaeth ficro yn gyfle hynod o gyffrous, ac yn un y mae nifer cynyddol o gynhyrchwyr bach yn rhoi cynnig arno ledled y DU. Mae llawer yn dewis bod yn brosiectau amaethyddiaeth a gefnogir gan y gymuned. Mae’r digwyddiad hwn yn gyflwyniad i fanylion technegol cynhyrchu, prosesu, a sefydlu neu gynnal prosiect Ffermio gyda Pobl sy’n seiliedig ar gynhyrchion llaeth. 


Our Future Matters! (Carmarthen)

Join project coordinator, Abel Pearson at Bronhaul Farm for an enlightening and inspiring day learning how Bronhaul are working towards a sustainable future to achieve amazing results.

Bronhaul Farm have recently been awarded the Silver Award with Green Tourism for their efforts towards sustainability, self-reliance, regenerative land management and communication about local, natural food, small-scale farming and sustainable energy.


Compost Cunning (Scotland)

How to turn garden waste into gardeners' gold in your community garden setting.

A practical, interactive look at producing your own garden compost, successfully and collectively, on site.

Where: Venue tbc depending on participants

When: 30th October (provisional date - to be confirmed)

We will cover:


Beekeeping for Income (London)

Join other city farm and community garden staff, trustees and volunteers at lovely Coram's Fields in central London for an expert course aimed at showing you how you can boost your income through beekeeping, bee products and engaging communities through bees.

Fees: The event fee is £20 per organisation and includes lunch. We recommend that two people from your organisation take part to help embed the learning. We would never exclude people on the basis on income, so please let us know if you cannot pay the fees.