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Activities

The Craft Skills for Garden Conservation-project aims to facilitate arenas for learning and sharing within the Garden Conservation-field all over Europe.

During a period of three years, several activities will be arranged:

  • nine all-day winter webinars, each introducing one of the topics from the field and preparing for the following thematic workshop
  • nine practical workshops to explore and train the practical skills required
  • five seminars/conferences for dissemination and sharing

Topic

The ‘Pathways and stone wall management in Historic Gardens’-activities will be organised by Gunnebo House and Gardens.
Webinar date: 2023/11/21
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2024/05/07
To date: 2024/05/08

Topic

Webinar date: 2023/02/07
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2023/06/28
To date: 2023/06/29

Topic

Webinar date: 2024/01/16
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2024/06/04
To date: 2024/06/05

Topic

Webinar date: 2023/01/10
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2023/09/05
To date: 2023/09/06

Topic

Webinar date: 2023/11/07
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2024/03/05
To date: 2024/03/06

Topic

This topic will present the history of lawns and meadows in historic gardens as well as different opportunities with these elements today. How to work with authenticity, biodiversity and social values connected to lawns and meadows in historic gardens will be discussed.
Webinar date: 2022/02/22
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2022/06/07
To date: 2022/06/10

Topic

Webinar date: 2022/11/15
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2023/07/11
To date: 2023/07/12

Topic

Soil management, as the basis of everything we do in gardening, is currently of huge international significance with soil degradation being a major environmental concern. It also holds the key to much of our horticultural heritage, literally underpinning the conservation of our historic gardens.
Webinar date: 2022/02/08
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2022/05/24
To date: 2022/05/25

Topic

Webinar date: 2022/03/15
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2022/08/30
To date: 2022/08/31
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