Because of non-sustainable agricultural techniques in many regions across, soils are becoming less fertile. Using Ramial Chipped Wood (RCW) is an ecological approach way of nurturing soils and and re-establishing their fertility. In this program you will learn how to prepare and use RCW.
Compost is an ecological way of recycling organic waste while simultaneously fertilizing soil to increase its productivity. In this program you will learn how to make a compost pile, collect compost and use it in a garden.
Modern farming techniques have caused soil depletion leading to a more limited level of food production on the local scale. Cultivating small land spaces can foster greater local food sovereignty in an environmentally sustainable way. In this programme you will learn how to grow produce using the pioneering Grow Biointensive approach.
In this free educational video program you can learn some simple tips to help you plant, maintain and thne harvest plants such as fruits and vegetables in your garden or allotment. From building seedling flat trays to harvesting fruits and processing grains, following the videos in the program to find out how to grow your garden and produce your own food. Growing your own food allows you to become more self-sufficient and therefore more autonomous, it also goes a long way to lowering your carbon footprint as your rely less on imported, store-bought produce. We want to show you that growing your own food and cultivating your garden using natural, organic techniques is something everyone can do.