Food growing courses at Sheepdrove Organic Farm

A Place to Grow

Want to learn how to grow your own food?

Rachel Hammond and the edge landscaping team with help from the Sheepdrove team are busy setting up demonstration and teaching market garden and polytunnel to welcome the students for our inaugural food growing course at the beginning of September – which, we are thrilled to announce, is now full.

There’s a diverse range of growing courses scheduled – from intro courses to intensive masterclasses for everyone from backyard gardeners to budding commercial growers.

Get in touch to find out more

edge landscaping uk (edge)
Rachel Hammond
grow@edgelandscaping.uk

Telephone: 01635 770123 / 07731 820287

To know more about edge’s whole suite of online and in person courses designed for beginner growers, improver growers and professional growers, please click on the links below 

https://www.eventbrite.com/o/edge-42994407773

https://www.edgelandscaping.uk/events.aspx

About Rachel Hammond and edge

Rachel began growing at a young age, learning from her grandparents as a child. Although she grew up locally in Lambourn, she was living in Todmorden when the Incredible Edible movement started. Whilst living in Oxford, she set up Incredible Edible Oxford to grow food in public spaces  across the city. Incredible Edible Oxford evolved into the social enterprise ‘edge’ five years ago in response to the growing demand for learning and design of food spaces. Rachel is a qualified Urban Designer and a Landscape Architect; she is passionate about good quality food produced without damaging soil or biodiversity. edge works with a number of market gardens across the country and there are many opportunities to create an income as a producer.

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