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How to be a climate change savvy gardener

How to be a climate change savvy gardener

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In this webinar, Kim Stoddart guide us through what we can do in our gardens or community green spaces to build resilience, boost biodiversity and help nature thrive.

The recording was made 19 November 2020 at the time of the live webinar.

Kim introduces us to the principles of climate change savvy gardening, focusing on how nature often holds the answer. She offers simple and practical advice on growing your own food, building resilience against greater weather extremes, making healthy soil and attracting wildlife, and how all of this can benefit the planet and our own wellbeing.  This webinar was run in partnership with The National Botanic Garden of Wales as part of their Growing the Future project. Growing the Future is a five-year project to champion Welsh horticulture, plants for pollinators, the protection of wildlife and the virtues of growing plants for food, fun, health and well-being.


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Kim Stoddart’s book on this subject is available to buy in our Ecostore.


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