Date(s) - 22/03/2019
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
National Botanic Garden of Wales
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Come and learn more about permaculture projects in Sub Saharan Africa and share your experiences of food growing and healthy eating projects.
The day will include talks from Natalie Danford and Elizabeth Westaway with discussion sessions exploring how we can best; manage soil health to grow nutrient dense food, and the importance of adapting to conditions and circumstances.
Held at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales in partnership with Growing the Future; there will be tasty healthy food to eat and an opportunity to network and learn from groups and charities from across Wales.
This free event is open to all individuals, groups and charities working or interested in International Development with a Permaculture or Nutrition focus. The event finishes at 3.30pm but with free access to the National Botanic Gardens of Wales included, there’s no need to rush home.
Not keen on driving? Or do want to reduce your carbon footprint by giving someone a lift? If you would like to share a lift, contact Cath on CathMoulogo@hubcymruafrica.org