Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm
Date: Wednesdays, 12 July to 13 September
Where: Castlemaine Community House
Instructor: Tanya van der Weert
Over 10-weeks you will learn the basics of vegetable gardening from soil and seeds to plant care and harvesting. Each week a different topic will be covered, and will include hands on time in the garden as well as an activity to take home and try.
Topics covered include:
- Home composting
- Mulching techniques
- Organic pest control
- Growing herbs in raised garden beds and pots, and
- Designing and building living gifts.
This course is ideal for anyone wanting to turn their backyard into a productive paradise or is considering horticulture as a career and wants some hands on experience.
Bookings close Friday 7 July
Date: Wednesdays, 12 July to 13 September (10 sessions)
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Cost: $80 (Full) / $70 (Early Bird Discount available until 5 July) / $55 (Concession)
Facilitator: Tanya van der Weert (she/her)
Tanya lives in Drummond and has been growing food, herbs and flowers for over 10 years. She is a qualified teacher who has turned her educational skills to horticulture and permaculture. Tanya is passionate about community sufficiency and resilience, food sovereignty and equitable access to knowledge.