Jamie Quince-Starkey from Down To Earth Project presents a series of talks bringing the important conversations around nature, our connection to nature and our own nature to the debate. These talks are about having real conversations with people who are doing interesting things, sharing their stories, their knowledge and their wisdom.
But this series of talks are not your average event. We want the audience involved as much as possible, that means you ask the questions on what you want to know.
Join us as we learn together.
You really want to grow your own food but don't know where to start? Feel like you don't have enough space? Considered an allotment but feel like you don't want to take on too much? Don't worry we've got you covered!
Join us as we Spring Into Action this April. We will be graced with the presence of gardeners who have an abundance of knowledge between them. Our guest will share with us examples of what everyone can have a go at doing!
Our Guests For this talk include:
BBC Radio Derby's very own Potty Plotters, Julia Slater and Elaine Crick will be giving you all the advice, sharing their tips and tricks but be warned as this pair are known to misbehave from time to time. Potty by name Potty by nature.
Jack Hodgson - Jack is an Urban Market Gardener and creator of Jack's Patch in London. Jack is a permaculture designer who uses the practise of the 'no-dig' method. Jack's passion for the environment has led him to grow organic produce to sell to local businesses.
Tickets - £10 Full Price and £8 Concession