Learn all about the critical role of plants and gardening for our health and the environment and what you can do about it. All proceeds to go to Greenfingers Charity for children in hospice care.
Date: Tuesday 9th March
Time: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Cost: £5 (Includes a cake and a hot drink. All proceeds to charity)
Tickets: Available from the main tills at Monkton Elm
Location: The Sanctuary Function Room in the Elm Tree Restaurant, Monkton Elm Garden Centre
!IF YOU CARE ABOUT YOUR HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT THIS IS A MUST-SEE TALK FOR YOU!
Concerns about our health and the environment are at an all-time, leaving many of us feeling overwhelmed and powerless.
Qualified nutritionist and horticulturist Liz Hutson has been researching the link between health, longevity and gardening for many years. Liz will be doing a talk for us on Tuesday 10th March at 10.30 to show you how you can take simple steps to support the health of you, your family and the planet and why it is so imperative as many of us as possible do so.
There will also be a free, comprehensive e-book that you can access after the event, with a wealth of useful, practical information and further references.
Some of the topics covered include:
· Why plants and gardening are a key part of the lifestyle of some of the longest living people on the planet
· Benefits to mental and physical health – including many you may not be aware of
· What plants have the highest nutritional content and how to maximise this when buying or growing these
· Why good soil health is so critical and advice on how to nurture it
· Practical tips if you are short on time, space, money or expertise
· Using plants to benefit wildlife and help mitigate climate change
· How plants improve indoor air quality and why this is so vital
· How to get these benefits EVEN if you don’t have a garden
Please note: Spaces are limited and we are expecting this event to fill up quickly, so please book early to avoid disappointment. To secure your place please purchase a ticket at the main till area at Monkton Elm.