Manchester Urban Diggers C.I.C. are running a new volunteer programme at Platt Fields Market Garden in March.
The Bahary Kurdi programme will involve the creation of a dedicated garden for growing and cooking locally-grown and culturally appropriate Kurdish food at our market garden site.
Our chef Iman will be cooking a catered lunch each week for the volunteers also using produce from the garden.
- The 12-week Spring programme is every Tuesday 10:30AM-4:30PM from Tuesday 8th March to Tuesday 24th May. (free lunch + hot/cold drinks)
- The 12-week Summer programme is every Tuesday 10:30AM-4:30AM from Tuesday 21st June to Tuesday 6th September. (free lunch + hot/cold drinks)
The sessions will be delivered by experienced practitioners and cover a range of subjects, skills and practices related to the activities of the market garden, and to food production including: horticultural skills, garden design, development and management, craft and forestry skills, biodiversity and beekeeping.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up
Please share with anyone you think may be interested in this programme. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Community Gardener + Project Lead
- Organiser of Bahary Kurdi - Creating a garden for food
Manchester Urban Diggers (MUD) run Platt Fields Market Garden (PFMG) as a community market garden, part of the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) network. We offer a Veg Box Subscription service, sell produce, supply local restaurants and develop our own fruit, herb and vegetable based products.
Everything we do revolves around food, community and wellbeing. As well as producing wonderful vegetables grown with organic techniques, we provide a space for a whole host of other activities and events throughout the year.
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