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Growing & Marketing Niche Crops and Building Soil Health within a Small Regenerative Market Garden

Overview

Cost: Free

Session Objectives:

·         Learn how to grow and market unusual crops

·         Understand the benefits and challenges that come with unusual crops

·         Explore how to build healthy and resilient crops on a small scale with focus on fertility, biodiversity and weed management

 

About Caeriad:

Caeriad is a small no-dig market garden on the outskirts of St Davids. Caeriad grows a wide range of vegetables and herbs for the local community, mainly sold through a local food hub, but also through a drop-in shop on site and this coming season through electric bike deliveries. It also supplies a few local restaurants. Caeriad is run as a Community Interest Company and offers weekly volunteer days, skill sharing activities and workshops.

 

Location: Caeriad Market Garden. Go to www.caeriad.co.uk and see 'How to find us'. Look out for the sign on the road. What3words: brave.dirt.folks.

Parking: Park at St David’s Rugby Club and walk down the Whitesands road (takes around 20 minutes).

 

To book your place for this event, register below by 5pm on 10/07/24 or contact horticulture@lantra.co.uk

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Dates and venues

12 July 2024, 17:00 - 19:30
Cariad Market Garden, St David's, SA62 6PQ

Cost: Free

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