The Magic of Soil lecture

Wed, 24/10/2018 - 19:00 to 21:00
The Lecture Theatre, Newton Rigg Campus, Penrith CA11 0AH

An illustrated Talk by visiting Professor Phil Gregory University of British Columbia - download video.

  • With a forecast that the World’s soil will be dust in 60 years, what has to change?
  • How can we look after our soil and keep producing food globally, nationally & in our own gardens?
  • Can soil be part of the solution to global warming & climate change?
  • This talk will be of interest to farmers, growers, allotment holders, gardeners and anyone with an interest in how we feed the World in the future.

Admission £3 including coffee and biscuits (free to Students). Poster attached below.

The Lecture Theatre will be signposted from the main Newton-Rigg car park.

Co- hosted by: PACT, Cumbria Organic Gardeners & Farmers and Askham-Bryan College.

Contact: Joan Robinson, PACT & Penrith Community Gardener 07754773701 or Kath Halfpenny, Cumbria Organic Gardeners & Farmers 016974 75309

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