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Get Down Get Dirty #3 – Workshop Series on Urban Permaculture

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We are looking forward to the next session of our Permaculture programm: This time its all about soil!

Soil is food – around 90% of our food in the EU comes from the land.
Soil is life – in one teaspoon of healthy soil, you will find from 100 million to 1 billion bacteria. This life below the surface we walk on is far greater than and essential to the life above it.
Our soils are valuable and vulnerable – we need to find our connection to this important resource. And what better time to do it than in 2015: International Year of Soils!?!

This coming Saturday we’ll be covering the big picture, down through to window sill scale.
To better help you understand YOUR soil, please bring:

* A jar half full of soil from your garden, or several if there are different areas.

Following a good and thorough look at what is the be all and end all to a healthy earth and a healthy garden, we’ll be showing you some easy ways to compost in a city apartment (yes, reducing waste and improving your soil).

Date: June 13th / Saturday

Time: From 1pm to 5pm

Price: 60 euros (payment is on the spot)

Location: Agora collective / Mittelweg 50, 12053 Berlin

Course language: English

Contact for all questions: theresa@agoracollective.org

GET DOWN, GET DIRTY – GROW YOUR OWN FOOD COURSE

Get Down, Get Dirty is an year long course, the high-light of the City-plot – Agora Collaboration.
In this year long course you will learn and get one to one consultancy to start your own permaculture vegetable garden.

GDGD is an in-depth six-part series of half-day workshops covers the fundamentals of sustainable organic growing as the seasons unfold. We will cover crop planning, seeds, seedlings, composting, soil health, propagation by cuttings, creating a balanced garden, various vegetables, herbs, fruit, wild and edible flower crops, seed saving, four-season growing, harvest and more. All classes are a combination of theory and hands-on practical work and can be booked as single workshops as well.

Next Dates: July 4th / September 5th / October 10th

Date: June 08, 2015