Regenerative Gardening, Making the World a Better Place One Patch at a Time

Regenerative Gardening, Making the World a Better Place One Patch at a Time Regenerative Gardening, Making the World a Better Place One Patch at a Time Regenerative Gardening, Making the World a Better Place One Patch at a Time Regenerative Gardening, Making the World a Better Place One Patch at a Time
Regenerative Gardening, Making the World a Better Place One Patch at a Time

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1 hour

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Online

This workshop is available on demand only

Description

No matter how big your patch is, whether it’s a few pots on a balcony or a full-blown market gardener, as food growers we are powerful agents of change. Food growers create less waste and make more compost, they grew healthier food and help to build resilient communities! With a regenerative mindset, and working with nature rather than against it, it’s amazing what a difference a determined gardener can make to a landscape. Join everyone’s favourite desert gardener, Heath Joske, as he shares with you his permaculture approach to managing his patch. How he manages water, how he uses plants and how with the power of compost and seaweed, he is breathing life back into a run-down old sheep paddock. For some inspiration and to see what Heath is all about, check him out on Instagram @sea.to.soil.farm This workshop is available on-demand, for you to watch whenever suits you best. Sign up below (or log in, if you're already a Grow It Local member) to get instant access. This FREE, live and exclusive session is part of our Grow It Local ongoing monthly 'learn to grow' workshop series — designed to help educate, inspire and support more Australians to grow, share and eat locally grown food.​​​​​​​​ Lettuce do this!

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Comments



  • 1 year ago @Valerie Addison

    I can send lots of water and cold weather

  • 1 year ago @Gina Russo

    Very interested in learning more of regenerative gardening.

  • 1 year ago @Vincent Poncini

    Interested in regenerative farming, using microbes, bacteria and fungi to improve carbon and better water retention in the soil.

  • 1 year ago @Elizabeth Rehn

    Excited to learn more!

  • 1 year ago @Karyne Ang

    Looking forward to it. I live in a flat yard in a beautiful bay area where there are massive king tides 2x yearly and it kills a lot of my plants. Besides raised beds (which I have started doing), what other suggestions would you have to with working with nature and building the soil that faces the annual tidal floods and as a result salty soil?

  • 11 months ago @Sherrie Gumley

    Thank you for the workshop. I found it very informative and interesting to hear about the soil conditions and environmental factors of an area so different to where I live (inland and higher rainfall). The lessons of regenerating soil still apply to where I live. Great work.

  • 2 months ago @Ronald Bainbridge

    Sys keeps asking for address when it is clearly there already