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Growing for Nature launch workshop

Online workshop Wednesday 20 March 2024 17:30 18:15

Join our free online session to learn more about our biodiversity project and how to get involved.

A rare moth on a rosemary leaf. Credit: Cranbrook Community Food Garden

A rare moth on a rosemary leaf. Credit: Cranbrook Community Food Garden

Come along to our interactive online event to find out more about the Growing for Nature project and how to get your food growing site involved in mapping, monitoring and making more space for nature.

Hear from ecology experts from the Natural History Museum's Urban Nature department, The GLA's Nature Recovery team, Permablitz London and The Buzz Club about the priority species for London and how to identify them. We'll be sharing different ways to record biodiversity and which citizen science initiatives make most sense for food growing sites to get involved in. Get inspiration and ideas for creating habitat for bees, hoverflies, earwigs and other garden friends.

We also want to hear about what you're currently doing for nature on your site and what support you need to do more. So bring your questions along for our panel.


Published Wednesday 20 March 2024

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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