These workshops are:
– ‘Soil management in Historic Gardens’ hosted by Norges grønne fagskole – Vea in Moelv, Norway, on the 24th – 25th of May 2022
– ‘Lawns and meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens’ hosted by Gunnebo House and Gardens in Mölndal, Sweden on the 7th – 10th of June 2022
– ‘Trained Fruit in Historic Kitchen Gardens’ hosted by PlantNetwork at the Audrey Ends House and Gardens in the UK on the 30th – 31st of August 2022
Apply and express your interest
You find the apply-button in the Overview project activities or in each project activity topic’s article. We encourage all interested to apply. When applying, you will be asked to fill in a form. By filling in the form you express your interest of joining the workshop. You will receive further information about the programme, accommodation, bursaries etc. as soon as all the details are worked out.
Diverse group of participants
A committee will select who will join the workshops by using a set of transparent criteria. We aim to encourage a diverse range of participants to attend the workshops. We would like a wide geographical spread, range of abilities and levels of expertise. Most of all we would like those attending to be interested in the topic, keen to learn and contribute as much as they can to the conservation of heritage gardens and want to share their new knowledge and skills with others.
Price for participation
The participation in a workshop is free, but everyone must cover their own expenses connected to travelling, board and lodging.