Soil, Food & Wildlife at The Hurst
11am on Sunday 24th November
What to expect
A workshop with Mark Measures, Farm Adviser and Soil Specialist, and Daphne and Dave, local organic growers. Mark will open the discussion by exploring the significance of the Soil, Food and Wildlife triangle. There will then be a chance to see how soil has been improved by effective land management from a variety of speakers.
We welcome everyone with an interest in soil, food, health, wildlife and the wider environment including all local residents, farmers, growers and gardeners.
The programme of the day will roughly run as follows:
- 10.30am: Teas and coffees on arrival
- 11am: Mark Measures, organic soil scientist of 30 year standing
- 11.45am: Daphne du Cross from Little Woodbatch Market Garden
- 12.30pm: Bread and soup served
- 1.30pm Fiona Gomersall, working with local farmers to protect watercourses
- 2pm: Myriad Organics Ludlow
We’re delighted to also have short presentations / stands from:
- Sir Albert Howard Society
- Clun Climate and Environment
- Marches Meadow Group
When the talks have come to an end, there will be plenty of time for tea, cakes, questions and discussion!
Please note there are a limited number of places for this event, so sign up now to avoid disappointment!
How to find The Hurst
The Hurst is located at Clunton, Craven Arms, Shropshire SY7 0JA.
Non-members: We welcome a voluntary contribution
There are a limited number of places for this event, so please sign up now to avoid disappointment!
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Get In Touch
Enterprise House, Station Street, Bishops Castle, SY9 5AQ
07497 142 485 (Jonathan)