We have a new activity for you this month - making an earthworm hotel. The purpose of the activity is to see up close the effects of earthworms on the soil, so you can understand better why earthworms are a very important part of Living Soils. Download the Earthworm Hotel pdf here:
Living & working in rural Ireland. Usually thinking about: dogs. green building. baking. local food. permaculture. no-waste cooking. making. what’s for lunch?
We're really excited to share our first activity sheet with you! If you have seen our newsletters and some of our other materials, you may know that we are working on activities and experiments that we will release over the summer - these will tie into our monthly themes. This first
During each month's theme, you can expect to find new posts by the GROW team on our Medium account, and also from GROWers in the online community, simple experiments you can try in your own space, curated content, helpful videos and more. You can join in this conversation on the
[Edit: you can view the recorded webinar on the GROW YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okgKoHUUvdQ&t=1375s.] Join us in this webinar with lead educators from GROW's first online course "Citizen Science: from Soil to Sky” #soil2sky. In this webinar we will explore and discuss some of the results provided by participants in our course, as
I'm Devyn, living in Ireland, and part of the GROW communications team. I have a small back garden, and this year joined a community polytunnel. I'm really interested in the yield side of things - what do we do with everything we've grown? Because of this, I teach a Permaculture Kitchen