Soil Health for Market Gardening

Join Landworkers’ Alliance members Connie & Tom at East Neuk Market Garden for an introduction to soil health.


Landworkers' Alliance, Anstruther
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Monday 10th June, 10.30am - 3pm. East Neuk Market Garden, Fife. This workshop is aimed at people who are working or training at Market Gardens and new entrants who are in the process of setting up market garden businesses, but community growers and home gardeners are also welcome! Participants will be given a sound introduction to: -The core principles of soil health -Measuring and perceiving soil health on the farm -Practical measures to promote soil health & fertility in a market garden context The day will include practical activities, a site tour, tea / coffee & cake. Please bring your own packed lunch. East Neuk Market Garden is a 4 acre market garden in Fife practicing no-dig and other agreocological methods. They grow a wide range of veg, salads, herbs and fruit for their local community, supplying their CSA veg box scheme and local restaurants. Tickets on a sliding scale:

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The Landworkers' Alliance is a union of agroecological farmers, growers, foresters and land-based workers in the UK. We are members of La Via Campesina, the International Peasant’s Movement, which represents over 200 million peasants, farmers and land-based workers through 182 member organisations. We work with our members in Scotland to offer high-quality practical training courses that are directly delivered by people working in the sector, with the aim of improving skills and land-based livelihoods through peer-to-peer learning. Read about what we stand for and our theory of change:

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  • Some Hands On
  • Some Reading & Writing
  • Some Watching
  • Some Listening
  • Some Socialising

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