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Some Like it Hot Workshop – Saturday 19th September, 10.30am

Conservation agriculture, alternative growing methods and compost making

A year into our no-till no-dig pilot project and we are learning a lot and want to share our experiences. If you are interested in making your own compost or learning about conservation agriculture and alternative growing methods please come along to our FREE workshop.

Join us for a tour of the fields, learn about our project, see the compost and have a chance to ask your questions to our horticulturalist.

Due to current circumstances we are only able to offer 4 spaces for our FREE workshop on Saturday 19th September at 10.30am. If you would like to book a space or for more information about the workshop please email admin@golocalfood.org.uk 

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