The Germinate Workbook – a growing guide for beginner gardeners & facilitators:

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The Germinate Workbook – A Growing Guide For Beginner Gardeners & Facilitators:

Project 2022-01-03 16:24:20 +1300

This beautifully illustrated 422 page ring bound gardening resource is almost ready but we need to raise funds for the final design, proofreading and printing so that we can get it out to our followers and beginner gardeners.

The Germinate Workbook is a guide for beginner gardeners and facilitators. It outlines the elements needed for growing an edible garden at home or in a learning community.

It includes the following:

The Big Picture • Foundations of permaculture and edible landscape design • Essentials for developing a small resilient food system

Seasonal Guide • Monthly overview - sowing, transplanting, harvesting and more • Learning focuses • Detailed background information • Seasonally appropriate outdoor and indoor activities • Learner handouts • Recipes

Zooming In - More detailed information • The living soil • Water • Composting systems & structures • Garden methods • Seeds, propagation • Tools & resources • Useful hard structures e.g. compost bin • Useful soft structures e.g. planting guide • Garden cafe’ • Home & hearth • Books & Resources We Love.

The Ring Binder - allows the learner gardener or facilitator to add their own information, research and records as their own gardening knowledge and experience develop.

WHO IS IT FOR? The Workbook has been designed to empower people to become successful organic food gardeners in a temperate climate. It has a wide appeal including those who are working in their own back yards, community gardens, urban farms and schools as well as families, individuals, teachers and students. It will support people to create abundant food producing ecosystems and strengthen food resilience in their communities.  

Visit our Website for more details. 

 

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Pledgers 9

Franca
2022-01-17 15:38:48 +1300

"I can't wait for the book to come out!"

Patrick Kennedy
2022-01-13 07:58:09 +1300
Karen Barnes
2022-01-12 18:39:14 +1300

"Celebrating a successful completion of a beautiful project and resource. "

Alison Kennedy
2022-01-12 18:06:54 +1300
Steven Gray
2022-01-12 13:39:24 +1300

"Good luck with the campaign!"

Shane Brotherton
2022-01-12 01:09:55 +1300
Tom Kennedy
2022-01-11 20:28:25 +1300

"Its very exciting being part of such a fantastic project. So glad we could help to see it to completion."

Ruth Greenaway
2022-01-11 12:48:44 +1300

"Good luck with this Ami and Lily. I wish you all the best. Such a great resource book. "

Liz kerslake
2022-01-10 14:05:01 +1300

"Yahoo! Stoked to see this coming to fruition you wonder wahine x"

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Followers of The Germinate Workbook – a growing guide for beginner gardeners & facilitators:

The Germinate Workbook – A Growing Guide For Beginner Gardeners & Facilitators:

Project 2022-01-03 16:24:20 +1300

This beautifully illustrated 422 page ring bound gardening resource is almost ready but we need to raise funds for the final design, proofreading and printing so that we can get it out to our followers and beginner gardeners.

The Germinate Workbook is a guide for beginner gardeners and facilitators. It outlines the elements needed for growing an edible garden at home or in a learning community.

It includes the following:

The Big Picture • Foundations of permaculture and edible landscape design • Essentials for developing a small resilient food system

Seasonal Guide • Monthly overview - sowing, transplanting, harvesting and more • Learning focuses • Detailed background information • Seasonally appropriate outdoor and indoor activities • Learner handouts • Recipes

Zooming In - More detailed information • The living soil • Water • Composting systems & structures • Garden methods • Seeds, propagation • Tools & resources • Useful hard structures e.g. compost bin • Useful soft structures e.g. planting guide • Garden cafe’ • Home & hearth • Books & Resources We Love.

The Ring Binder - allows the learner gardener or facilitator to add their own information, research and records as their own gardening knowledge and experience develop.

WHO IS IT FOR? The Workbook has been designed to empower people to become successful organic food gardeners in a temperate climate. It has a wide appeal including those who are working in their own back yards, community gardens, urban farms and schools as well as families, individuals, teachers and students. It will support people to create abundant food producing ecosystems and strengthen food resilience in their communities.  

Visit our Website for more details. 

 

Comments

Hey! Thanks for checking out this project.

We haven't made any updates yet, follow us if you want to be notified when we do.

Franca
2022-01-17 15:38:48 +1300

"I can't wait for the book to come out!"

Patrick Kennedy
2022-01-13 07:58:09 +1300
Karen Barnes
2022-01-12 18:39:14 +1300

"Celebrating a successful completion of a beautiful project and resource. "

Alison Kennedy
2022-01-12 18:06:54 +1300
Steven Gray
2022-01-12 13:39:24 +1300

"Good luck with the campaign!"

Shane Brotherton
2022-01-12 01:09:55 +1300
Tom Kennedy
2022-01-11 20:28:25 +1300

"Its very exciting being part of such a fantastic project. So glad we could help to see it to completion."

Ruth Greenaway
2022-01-11 12:48:44 +1300

"Good luck with this Ami and Lily. I wish you all the best. Such a great resource book. "

Liz kerslake
2022-01-10 14:05:01 +1300

"Yahoo! Stoked to see this coming to fruition you wonder wahine x"

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