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Square Foot Gardening Workshop

Submitted by on January 10, 2011 – 1:00 pm

February: Sunday 27.02.2011

Duration: 1-1.30 hours, please specify morning or afternoon workshop

Workshop 1:  10.30am
Workshop 2:  1pm

Tutor: Ken Clark, SFG master from Waiheke
Location:  Mt Eden Village
Contribution: $20.00

Please rsvp to: Judith Holtebrinck

Square foot gardening with Ken Clark from Waiheke
This is a unique chance to learn from one of New Zealand’s most successful square foot gardeners, Ken Clark. We are very happy that Ken is coming to Auckland for a workshop to share his knowledge. Square foot gardening is a perfect solution for city gardens.  It produces 70% more food than conventional gardens with less work. Square Foot Gardening is a great for beginners and people with a small garden.

What to expect:
The workshops cover everything from seeds to eating and building a square foot garden.
Information on where to buy a reasonable kitset or how to build your own.
A flyer will be given out outlining the workshop.

About Ken Clark and Square foot gardening:
Ken first learnt about square foot gardening about 20 years ago. He proceeded to do it his own way for 17 years, 3 years ago he retired to Waiheke Island & started SFG in earnest. Ken lives on a small size section and produces an abundance of fruit and veges using the Square foot gardening method. SFG advocates growing only what you need on a weekly basis. It is a fantastic system for busy people who wish to have a more sustainable life and great home grown food with the minimum fuss and effort.

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