Make your garden more productive

11755646_697172003743811_5620630797253400652_nInterested in growing your own food?

Kiama-based Milkwood Permaculture has organised to hold the introductory session of its two day Bio-intensive Growing course at Gerringong Pubic School – and to make it even better, it’s free!

The session will be conducted by Jodi Roebuck, a New Zealander who specialises in growing the most organic food possible in the least amount of space.

The biointensive method he uses is designed to provide food security for those who practice it, while continually building and developing the soil and conserving natural resources. The result produces safe food year after year from
the same small space.

As part of the evening, Gerringong P&C will be offering hot soup and crusty bread, for $5, with profits going towards the school’s bush tucker garden.

The two day course is on at Buena Vista Farm.

Details: 18 Sept, 6-8.30pm, Gerringong Public School. RSVP www.milkwood.net

 

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