Wildlife Friendly Food Growing

Wildlife friendly food growing training session with Sinead Fenton from Aweside Farm.

24 Feb 2021 17:3019:00

Photo credit: Sinead Fenton

Photo credit: Sinead Fenton

Whether growing in a balcony garden, allotment, school or urban farm, there are a variety of ways to turn urban gardens into welcoming homes for wildlife. The advice from grower Sinead Fenton can help growers learn more about what wildlife-friendly food growing is, identify what’s already going well in their garden, and discover easy ways to improve.

Trainer: Sinead Fenton

Sinead is an ecological food and flower farmer at Aweside Farm and has a background in natural resources as an ex-geologist and food systems policy. She has worked with the Open Food Network, Food Research Collaboration and previously ran the food-growing social enterprise Audacious Veg.

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PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT MAY BE RECORDED

If you cannot afford the ticket but would still like to attend, please contact capitalgrowth@sustainweb.org to see if we can help. 


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