Veganic Gardeners’ Question Time
Giles Bryant – World Healing Project, Founder will host an entertaining evening with some twenty-four carrot advice from veganic farmer Jimmy Videle, permaculture teacher Meghan Kelly and forest gardener Jon Barker.
Please send your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 27th January
Event line up:
Giles Bryant – World Healing Project, Founder.
Giles has been a keen gardener for 30 years. He has planted community orchards, forest gardens and medicinal herb areas at a variety of projects. He runs the World Healing Project, promoting wellbeing for people and the planet, and has just released an 8-year project, One World, which features musicians and singers from around the world. http://www.gilesbryant.com
Meghan Kelly: Learned veganic permaculture to become more self-sufficient while sticking to her vegan values. She has practiced veganics for over 10 years in community gardens, concrete jungles and up in the hills. She runs the Learn Veganic online course and co-founded the Veganic Agriculture Network .
Jonathan Barker has been vegan for 22 years and has managed a forest garden in Essex for 11 years. We have planted around 4500 trees on our 6 acre smallholding which is managed for nature as well as producing abundant yields of fruits, vegetable and nuts. As well as being a manager for Environmental charity the Wilderness Foundation, Jonathan encourages community engagement with sustainable food production and would like to see the forest garden model spread throughout the UK.
I have been growing my own food for 25 years, professional organic farming for 18 and veganic growing since 2014. In addition to the two farms I co-owned in Arizona and Boileau, Québec I have had the fortunate opportunity to consult, advise, volunteer and work on eleven other farms throughout Québec, Hawaii, Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, Panama and Ecuador as well as with AUM Films (Cowspiracy and What the Health docu-films), Humane Party USA, Animal Protection Party Canada and Growing Green International magazine UK.In these ever-changing times the one certainty I have been blessed to partake in is growing my own biodiverse mix of fruits, vegetables, herbs & flowers. My knowledge and experience are there for the asking of. I hope to help you along your path!
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.