What is better than cultivating some apples from your front yard or having your own supply of pears and pawpaws? Edible trees bring so many benefits to life through growing your own food, supporting pollinators, and enjoying the beautiful blossoms they produce!
Take your interest and curiosity for a ride in this webinar as Jessica Robertson from Wild Craft Permaculture is ready to offer the information you need to properly care for your fruit and nut trees.
Whether you are a new owner, seasoned veteran, or don't know where to start. This FREE webinar will provide you with key information to:
- Prune a fruit or nut tree
- Make holistic sprays to boost tree immunity
- Tree maintenance tips
Followed by a Q & A session to answer any outstanding questions.
STEPS TO JOIN THE WEBINAR
- Grab your tickets today - Register here!!
- Mark your calendar and save the date
- Invite a friend or two
- Share a picture of your fruit or nut tree with #MyTree on Instagram and tag us @Westminsterpondscentre
- Download the ZOOM app to your cell phone, tablet, desktop, or laptop
- Show up to the workshop with your pen and paper
- RELAX, LEARN, ASK QUESTIONS, & ENJOY!
About Wild Craft Permaculture:
Wild Craft Permaculture empowers people to regenerate the Earth while leading more fulfilling connected lives. They offer educational workshops, design, consultation and installation services to give clients low-maintenance and sustainable gardens.
About the Speaker
Jessica has a wealth of knowledge and experience within the world of Permaculture. Her passion for the natural world shines through in all that she does. A trained urban planner, Jessica applies permaculture principles and shares her love with the London community.
Learn more about Jessica and her work from her website.
About the Signal Boost Initiative:
The Signal Boost Initiative is a three-year joint initiative of ReForest London and the London Environmental Network, aimed at dramatically increasing the number of public environmental education opportunities available here in London. It is a project of the new Westminster Ponds Centre for Environment and Sustainability.
This event is offered as a part of the Signal Boost Initiative, which was made possible with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.