Organic Seed Business
We are now able to offer Zoom presentation talks. If you are a member of a club that normally meets up once a month and has a visiting speaker, this might be an alternative for your group. Members can stay in their own homes and have the Zoom talk on a particular evening, arranged by the Club secretary.
If you would like us to talk to your Gardening Club or Horticultural Society, please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Organic Seed Business 40 minute talk with images. Covers small-scale organic seed production, and tips on seed-saving of your vegetables, herbs and flowers.
Growing Herbs 40 minute talk. Covers favourite herbs for the kitchen – how to cultivate and maintain. Plus success with growing lesser known herbs. All with images. Your questions answered.
COURSES / WORKSHOPS
at Yatesbury Organic Farm, Near Calne, Wiltshire (Soil Association certified)
Courses promoted by Stockfree Organic Network
STOCKFREE ORGANIC VEGETABLE GROWING
Looking at building soil fertility with no animal manures or by-products, and maintaining a sustainable growing system.
We highly recommend the following one-day courses
These one-day courses are aimed at anyone interested in growing food naturally without chemicals, fertilisers and animal manures. Learn to produce vegetables with flavour as of half a century ago. The days consist of lecture/presentation, farm tour and hands-on fieldwork.
Early booking is always advisable as places are limited. Due to Covid19, each of the one-day courses is for a maximum of 4 people so that social distancing can be observed.
The courses below have taken place for the last two summers and were very successful. All were much enjoyed by everyone who took part. They will run again in August and September 2021 and information/prices are available (see below for contact details). NOTE All courses include vegan lunch.
Basic one-day workshops – 10.30 – 2.30pm
Saturdays in August
Saturdays and Wednesdays in September
Dates to be confirmed
One day advanced course (in-depth learning)
Saturday mid September – date tbc
The courses will cover –
How to maintain fields and crops with the concept of ‘purification’. Ways of addressing pests and weeds.
The importance of seed-saving. Understanding how saved seeds adapt to their environment. The characteristics of vegetables grown by Natural Agriculture.
NOTE If you wish you can send your email address to email@example.com to show your interest.
For more information about all courses, click here