For the first time, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is featuring a biodynamic garden (such as the one in the picture) at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival 11 – 14 May 2017, set against the Malvern Hills. The Biodynamic Land Trust is delighted to support this opportunity to show how the biodynamic toolkit can make a garden grow.
Biodynamic food and wine is known for its exceptional quality and taste. For good reason: biodynamics offers an holistic way to enhance soil quality, restore wildlife, and make use of planetary activity and the changing seasons to achieve vitality and resilience in the garden.
Call-out for volunteers
The Biodynamic Land Trust is looking for volunteers to attend the RHS Malvern Spring Garden Festival for at least one day from 11 to 14 May 2017, between 9:00 and 18:00. There will be breaks to explore the rest of the Festival, packed with flowers, food and crafts.
In return for free entry to the RHS Malvern Spring Garden Festival, you will share answering questions from the public with a biodynamic expert and hand out leaflets next to the Biodynamic Show Gardens.
Everything you want to know about biodynamics
A biodynamic expert will be on hand at RHS Malvern to answer any technical questions from the public – and answer any of your own questions, too. This is a chance to find out everything you ever wanted to know about biodynamics.
24 April 2017 Free training
The Biodynamic Land Trust is also offering a free half-day training at its office at Painswick Inn, Stroud, Gloucestershire on Monday 24 April for its RHS Malvern volunteers. The training will equip volunteers to meet the public and discuss biodynamic growing, gardening and the Biodynamic Land Trust’s aim to create A Community Farm For Every Community – the theme of its appearance at the festival.
Please register your interest: Contact Natasha
T: 01453 367233 M: 07967 270761
See you there!