If you’d like to learn how to garden more sustainably a one-day course is being offered that will cover everything from gardening without chemicals, to pollinator planting, vegetable growing, mini-pond building, pruning, cuttings and much more.
The course is run by horticulturist and environmentalist Aoife Munn and will take place on Sunday October 16 from 10am to 4pm in Dún na Sí Amenity & Heritage Park.
Westmeath County Council with funding from the Heritage Council are delighted to offer this FREE one day Sustainable Gardening Course to people living in the Westmeath area. The course will cover everything from gardening chemical free, pollinator planting, veg growing, mini pond building, pruning, cuttings and much more.
The course is run by horticulturist and environmentalist Aoife Munn and will take place on Sunday 16th of October from 10 am to 4 pm in Dún na Sí Amenity & Heritage Park
This course is suitable for adults who want to garden for biodiversity but especially Tidy Towns groups, Green schools coordinators and Allotment Holders.
A full set of notes will be sent to all participants after the course.
This event is an action of Westmeath Heritage Plan, with funding from the Heritage Council and support from Westmeath County Council.
This article was published on: 5th October, 2022
Filed under: Heritage News
Tags: Aoife Munn, Dún na Sí, Heritage, Heritage Council, Sustainable gardening, Westmeath Heritage Plan