Veganic Gardeners’ Question Time
Wellbeing Activist Evie Ve will host an entertaining evening with some twenty-four carrot advice from date farmer Jamie Jones, permaculture teacher Aranya and veganic grower Piers Warren.
Tuesday 23rd February 7pm UK Time Zone 45 minutes
Please send your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Evie V: Spiritual and Wellbeing Vegan Activist and founder of the Being Conscious Podcast.
Jamie Jones, Date Farmer California: When I first began picking fruit for a living, I never dreamed I would actually own and operate a farm myself, but through persistent hard work, a love for what I was doing, and a little luck, within just a few years, this somehow came to be, almost on its own. Around the turn of the new millennium, when the raw-vegan diet began to grow in popularity, we began selling the majority of our crop directly to the raw/vegan food community via mail order. This is how my life in agriculture began over 30 years ago, and the way it has unfolded so far. http://datepeople.net/
Piers Warren: Conservationist, author and keen grower of organic fruit and vegetables. He is the founder of Wildeye – The International School of Wildlife Film-making. Writer of several books and co-author of The Vegan Cook and Gardener.
More about Piers https://www.pierswarren.co.uk/veganic/
The Vegan Cook & Gardener https://veganorganic.net/product/vegan-cook-and-gardener/
Aranya: is a busy permaculture teacher, having taught over 90 two-week design courses since 2005. He’s author of the popular ‘Permaculture Design – a Step-by-Step Guide’ and launched an online course this summer based on the design process described in the book. He’s currently finishing a second book, about the application of systems thinking and patterns in permaculture design, due to be published in 2021. He’s been gardening for 35 years and is especially interesting in low-input systems like forest gardening and no-dig.
This is a link to his book page:
And the online course:
Veganic Gardeners’ Question Time hopes to inspire and bring new ideas to foragers, growers and gardeners alike.
Now more than ever it is vital that we engage with how our food is grown.
Tune into our show and become part of the growing revolution which can not only transform your garden plot but also change the way the world grows its food.
A Vegan Organic Network production.