The Erasmus+ project “Craft Skills for Garden Conservation” (CSGC) offers skills and training opportunities to the heritage gardening community. Join us for the first two webinars in February!
Heritage gardens require a huge amount of knowledge and skill to maintain and develop. CSGC aims to address the loss of traditional skills by sharing good practice in nine selected fields of garden conservation and facilitating platforms for learning and sharing.
During a period of three years, several activities will be arranged:
- nine all-day winter webinars, each introducing one of the topics from the field and preparing for the following thematic workshop
- nine practical workshops to explore and train the practical skills required
- five cross-topic seminars/conferences for dissemination and sharing
Find out more about this project at the project lead’s website: Norges grønne fagskole – Vea (Norway’s green vocational college): https://www.vea-fs.no/webinars-for-best-practice-in-garden-conservation/
Join us for the first two online webinars in February:
08/02/2022 – Soil management in Historic Gardens
22/02/2022 – Lawn and Meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens
The webinars are free of charge and you will receive a link to Zoom after signing up.
Several speakers will share their expertise on different perspectives related to the topics. A great opportunity for sharing experience, networking and learning new skills.