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Recordings Soil-webinar

The recordings from our first webinar, ‘Soil Management in Historic Gardens’, is now available on our YouTube Channel.

The recordings from the ‘Soil Management in Historic Gardens’-webinar is now available at our YouTube Channel.

This was the first webinar in the Craft Skills for Garden Conservation-project, arranged on the 8th of February 2022. In total seven speakers contributed with their expertise on the topics:
Soil Archaeology: the answer lies in the soil
Cultivation methods: to dig or not to dig
Recipes for growing media: then and now

Videos webinar

Introduction to the Soil-webinar

Introduction to the Soil-webinar by Kate Nicoll, Norges grønne fagskole – Vea

Introduction to the Soil-webinar

Introduction to the Soil-webinar by Kate Nicoll, Norges grønne fagskole – Vea

Historical garden soils - archaeological perspective

Karin Lindeblad, The Archaeologists, National Historical Museums, Sweden: Historical garden soils – an archaeological perspective

Historical garden soils - archaeological perspective

Karin Lindeblad, The Archaeologists, National Historical Museums, Sweden: Historical garden soils – an archaeological perspective

Restoring Garden Soil

Johan Gustafsson, biologist and gardener at the Hamlet of Äskhult: Authenticity and Sustainability at Äskhult./Restoring Garden Soil

Restoring Garden Soil

Johan Gustafsson, biologist and gardener at the Hamlet of Äskhult: Authenticity and Sustainability at Äskhult./Restoring Garden Soil

Compost recipes

Marit Myrstad, Heritage gardener and Teacher at Vea: Compost recipes in historical Norwegian sources

Compost recipes

Marit Myrstad, Heritage gardener and Teacher at Vea: Compost recipes in historical Norwegian sources

History of compost

Maria Flinck, Garden Antiquarian, researcher and author: History of compost as found in Swedish sources, 1600 – 1970

History of compost

Maria Flinck, Garden Antiquarian, researcher and author: History of compost as found in Swedish sources, 1600 – 1970

Comparison of historical soil recipes

Catarina Sjöberg, senior lecturer in garden crafts, University of Gothenburg, Department of Cultural Conservation, Mariestad. A comparison of two historical soil recipes to a ready made

Comparison of historical soil recipes

Catarina Sjöberg, senior lecturer in garden crafts, University of Gothenburg, Department of Cultural Conservation, Mariestad. A comparison of two historical soil recipes to a ready made

No-Dig movement: Sustainable soil management today

Charles Dowding No-Dig movement: Sustainable soil management today: Science creating the evidence for modern techniques

No-Dig movement: Sustainable soil management today

Charles Dowding No-Dig movement: Sustainable soil management today: Science creating the evidence for modern techniques

No-dig in the heritage context

Hilary Theaker, Kitchen Garden Keeper at Hampton Court: Case study: No-dig in the heritage context

No-dig in the heritage context

Hilary Theaker, Kitchen Garden Keeper at Hampton Court: Case study: No-dig in the heritage context

Contributors

Marit Myrstad is a Norwegian gardener and teacher in horticulture for historical gardens at Vea. She has worked within various fields of the industry since the 1970’s.
Johan is a Gardener and conservation biologist at Västkuststiftelsen which manages the Hamlet of Äskhult.
Hilary is a gardener at the Hampton Court in the UK. She is the Kitchen Garden Keeper and Vine Keeper at Hampton Court Palace.
Catarina Sjöberg is a senior lecturer in garden crafts, University of Gothenburg, Department of Conservation.
Maria Flinck is a Swedish garden antiquarian and researcher on garden history.
Karin Lindeblad is Garden Archaeologist at The Archaeologists, National Historical Museums in Stockholm.
Charles Dowding is a British No-dig expert who develops and explains time and labour saving-methods of gardening, high yelding and nature friendly

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Recordings Soil-webinar

Other Results

Result

Follow all the speaker’s interesting presentations during the all day webinar on this large and important topic in Garden Conservation!

Result

Five videos from the Soil Management-workshop at Norges grønne fagskole – Vea in May are now available.

Result

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.

Result

The recording of our second webinar, ‘Lawn and meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens’, is now available on our YouTube-channel.