Food growing for climate change
Join us for an interactive training session with Than at Regent's Park Allotment Garden to learn about how to grow food in light of climate change on Sunday 16 October, 10.30am-1pm.
16 Oct 2022 10:3013:00
Regent's Park Allotment Garden, NW1 4NR
The recent drought and heat waves have taken a heavy toll on plants.
With more weather extremes anticipated, what will be the impacts on our food growing systems?
What can we do to make our gardens and allotments more resilient to climate change?
This interactive workshop will explore strategies to help adapt to these changing times, with a focus on soil care, water management and plant selection.
Than Gunabalasingham is a horticultural tutor, forest gardener and all round plant enthusiast. Having worked for some years in sustainable food policy research, he has turned to the land, creating and teaching about resilient food systems. Most of all he is passionate about restoring wild spaces and creating productive edible landscapes that mimic the principles of nature. He currently tutors with OrganicLea and The Orchard Project.
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