Workshops “From Small Acorns….” Trees Project

Practical Tree Care Workshops

Saturday 18th February

Wednesday 1st March

Saturday 11th March

Wednesday 15th March

Practical tree care; planting, protecting, mulching young and newly planted native species trees in Lordship Rec to enhance bio-diversity, and much more! Certificates will be awarded to attendees.

Tutor: Russell Miller, Arboriculturalist, environmental expert and lead member of Hackney Tree Musketeers.

 

Introduction to fruit growing/food forest creation

Saturday 25th February

Saturday 4th March

Saturday 25th March

Types and varieties of trees, soils, practical work in Lordship Rec, Orchard planting, pruning, mulching, protecting newly planted trees – and much more! Certificates will be awarded to attendees.

Tutor: Marina O’Connell, an organic fruit farmer and permaculture teacher, from The Apricot Centre, Manningtree in Essex.

 

All workshops will take place in Lordship Recreation Ground, Higham Road, N17 6NU

From 10am to 4pm; meet in the Hub Café

Children are welcome with accompanying parents. No experience needed. FREE hot drinks! Bring lunch to share, or buy from The Hub cafe.

Please come prepared for the weather! Much of the workshop will take place outdoors. Come in suitable warm weatherproof clothing and footwear (it can be muddy and wet).

Cost: between £1 and £10 for each day workshop, pay what you can afford.

Book a place via Brown Paper Tickets or call in to the Hub office in Lordship Recreation Ground from Monday to Thursday between 9 and 3.

For more information e-mail Sally Haywill at shaywill@fastmail.co.uk, or phone 07950 467902

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