Join us for this food growing Masterclass on food gardening for climate resilience with Than Gunabalasingham on Saturday 24 June, 10.30am-1pm.
With the impacts of the climate crisis being increasingly felt, how can we make our food systems more resilient?
Forest gardening is part of the solution. Forests are all around in nature. They are great teachers and incredibly resilient and self-sustaining ecosystems.
How can we use these principles of the forest to grow our food with far less work and fewer inputs?
How can we integrate edible trees, shrubs and perennials, and embrace wild plants in our food growing spaces?
Forest gardens are spaces of abundance, diversity and beauty, helping to sustain planetary and personal health. Find out how in this forest gardening masterclass.
Masterclass trainer bio:
Than Gunabalasingham is a horticultural tutor, forest gardener, forager and all-round plant enthusiast. Having worked for some years in sustainable food policy research, he has turned to the land, creating and teaching about resilient food systems.
Most of all he is passionate about restoring wild spaces and creating productive edible landscapes that mimic the principles of nature.
Published 24 Jun 2023
Capital Growth: We believe everyone should have the opportunity to grow food as part of a healthy, resilient food system and we are working with our network of growers in London to make this happen.
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