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We run regular webinars, online courses and face to face courses.

Our most up to date information can be found on this page.

You can find our online courses on Coursecraft here.

8th October, online

Forest Gardens Webinar (free) - benefits and potential yields

12 noon

30 minute webinar on Forest Gardens, how they grow, their benefits to humans, biodiversity, the environment and potential yields.

Aimed at beginners to intermediates, some base knowledge of plants an advatage but not essential.

Time for questions at the end.

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

22nd October, online

Urban Food Production Webinar (free)

12 noon

30 minute webinar on the past, present and future of Urban Food Production and how various systems can offer solutions to our food / climate / biodiversity crisis.

Aimed at anyone who currently works with or would like to incorporate food production in an urban environment, particularly designers, planners and educators.

Time for questions at the end.

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

12th November, Oxford

Urban Food Production Toolkit CPD Training

CPD / Training Day

10am - 3pm, lunch included

This training day includes one pack of our Toolkit cards and works through how to use them to maximise their potential.

Case studies are included.

This is also a chance to ask questions on your own project and benefit from our experience on designing at various scales.

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13th November, Oxford

Practical Food Growing 1 of 5

10am - 12pm

This is the first of 5 sessions on all aspects of food growing in an environmentally sensitive way.

Organic and Permaculture methods of gardening will be covered.

Learn how to grow your own food as well as a small income from food production.

This is also a chance to ask questions on your own project.

Taught wholly outside, this course runs in all weathers, tools provided.

This week we cover Hedge and Tree planting, Soft fruit propagation, Tree grafting, Pruning and a Hedgerow walk

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19th November, Oxford

Productive Planting in the Public Realm Webinar (free)

12 noon

30 minute webinar on how creative planting in the public realm can help towards Sustainable Development Goals, Local Agendas, Environmental, Economic and Social benefits by incorporating productive planting.

Aimed at anyone who works in professional design, planning, education, health, estate managers or landowners.

Time for questions at the end.

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

22nd January 2022, Oxford

Practical Food Growing 2 of 5

10am - 12pm

This is the second of 5 sessions on all aspects of food growing in an environmentally sensitive way.

This week we cover Wildlife and Water and how that relates directly to Pest and Disease management of your food crops.

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19th February 2022, Oxford

Practical Food Growing 3 of 5

10am - 12pm

This is the third of 5 sessions on all aspects of food growing in an environmentally sensitive way.

This week we cover Seed sowing and saving, Annuals, Perennials, Evergreens with a Tree identification walk.

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19th March 2022, Oxford

Practical Food Growing 4 of 5

10am - 12pm

This is the fourth of 5 sessions on all aspects of food growing in an environmentally sensitive way.

This week we cover Soil health, soil testing and Composting including wormeries.

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30th April 2022, Oxford

Practical Food Growing 5 of 5

10am - 12pm

This is the final session of 5 on all aspects of food growing in an environmentally sensitive way.

This week we cover Herbs; uses, planting, propagating, tasting, with a Herb identification walk.  Also covered is edible flowers.

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