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Let’s talk about the climate emergency – Your garden for the world
March 28 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Growing your own food is a great way to reduce the carbon footprint of your diet. If you are lucky you may have a garden or an allotment that gives you space to grow all sorts of food. A big pot on an inside windowsill is great for growing interesting food such as cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers.
Green spaces are great for people but are also important for insects, birds and other small creatures to thrive. Many communities are looking at putting growing boxes in communal areas to grow both flowers and food.
How can your gardening be more environmentally friendly?
What kinds of plants have you tried growing? Which were the most successful and why?
Do you feed the birds or have insect hotels? Would you consider doing either?
Are there community gardening schemes in your area?
Do we ‘listen’ to gardens and landscapes, or just make decisions according to what we think is best?
Join us for a time of discussion on Monday 28th of March 2022 at 7.30pm via Zoom