The talk should be of interest to everyone with a garden (or even a window-box), and is not just for those with green fingers.
Melanie Oxley is a local ecologist and campaigner for wildlife who also has a love of gardening. She is a founder member of Plantlife (the wild plant conservation charity) and is a ‘Wilder Garden Champion’ with the Hampshire Wildlife Trust, providing advice to people interested in improving their gardens for wildlife. Melanie Is also a Trustee of PeCAN and heads up their Nature Recovery project area.
Her talk will be about how to achieve a resilient garden that will help you and nature in the climate crisis. She aims to get our gardens buzzing!
Over the winter, PeCAN will arrange a short series of gardening workshops for people interested in discussing how to improve their own garden. You will have an opportunity to sign up for this at the talk.
Please car share.
Thursday 21 September 2023, 7pm at the Henry Warren Hall, Nyewood