Sunday 5th February
Seedy Sunday Talks
We have four fascinating talks at Seedy Sunday this year. All talks will take place in the assembly hall by the main school building, signposted and marked ‘talks’ on the map, and will last an hour.
|10.30 to 11.30
|Gardening for Biodiversity
|Jools Lawton from Brighton CSA – Fork and Dig It
|Jools will talk about what inspires the team in their work with Community Supported Agriculture, why biodiversity is important and how to support it.
|Why Save Seeds?
|Helene Schulze, part of the collective behind the London Freedom Seed Bank.
|Helene will discuss the political and social benefits of seed saving, with some inspiring stories from around the world
|Local Gardeners’ Question Time
|Chaired by Kate Harrison of Seedy Sunday
|The panel will feature: Pat Childerhouse (aka Bowen); Jools Lawton, Ruth Urbanowicz from BHOGG
|No Dig Gardening
|Charles Dowding: pioneer of No Dig
|Charles will explain the wonderful benefits of working more closely with natural processes.