The Erasmus+ project “Craft Skills for Garden Conservation” (CSGC) offers skills and training opportunities to the heritage gardening community. Heritage gardens encapsulate so much of the natural and cultural capital and require a huge amount of knowledge and skill. But both are in increasingly short supply.
CSGC aims to find, develop and share best practice in nine selected fields of Garden Conservation and facilitating arenas for learning and sharing.
An important part of finding, developing and sharing, is producing results. At the end of this three-year project, we aim to see a growth and spread of such expertise throughout Europe. The results from this project will be an overview of expertise from the fields of Garden Conservation (as a result of the mapping), input on these fields from the experts, recordings from all day-webinars, video from workshops and curriculum (learning outcome) describing the best practices.
Project coordinator: Vea
Follow all the speaker’s interesting presentations during the all day webinar on this large and important topic in Garden Conservation!
Five videos from the Soil Management-workshop at Norges grønne fagskole – Vea in May are now available.
Our Trained Fruit in Historic Kitchen Gardens-webinar took place on the 15th of March. If you missed it or want to see it again, the recording is now available on our YouTube channel GardenConservation.eu.
The recording of our second webinar, ‘Lawn and meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens’, is now available on our YouTube-channel.
The recordings from our first webinar, ‘Soil Management in Historic Gardens’, is now available on our YouTube Channel.