Come to our workshop on Saturday 3rd September- Build Raised Beds Like the Professionals!

To welcome in Spring, we are very excited to announce our next workshop “Build Raised Beds Like the Professionals!” on Saturday 3rd September from 10am- 4pm here at Healthy Harvest HQ, Faulconbridge.

Work side by side with me, kitchen gardener and SPIN farmer Daniel Hatfield, and guest green expert Gordon Williams, Permaculture Design Consultant, educator and former carpenter! Now based in Sydney, Mountains local Gordon has 6 years of carpentry experience and recently spent the first half of 2011 studying and working at Geoff Lawton’s Permaculture Research Institute as an educator and student facilitator on the internship program.

Gordon showing his skills at our compost bay workshop

Learn how to

  • build raised beds that look great and last the distance

  • select the best site for your vegetable bed

  • build on slopes

  • set strong posts

  • measure up efficiently and properly

  • get experience with basic carpentry and power tools

 

Ask your food-garden questions and have fun while you learn!

Cost is only $5 per person and a light lunch will be provided.

This will be a small group so bookings are essential. Please use the form below to register.

We’ll then send you an email to confirm your place and give you more info about the day.

 

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About Healthy Harvest Kitchen Gardens

Healthy Harvest provides a permaculture-based kitchen garden service for existing food growers and people who are inspired to grow food. We sell fresh chemical-free seedlings, seeds and seasonal produce. We also provide educational workshops, courses, gardening consultations and services. We can help with new vegetable garden designs, maintenance of established gardens, or converting and improving existing gardens ready for growing food. Please see our website for more information: www.healthyharvest.com.au Check out our blog at https://healthyharvestnsw.wordpress.com/ for news and interesting bits and pieces.

Posted on August 5, 2011, in Community, Garden design, Gardening techniques, Workshops. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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