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  • Writer's pictureDennis Morton

Hands In The Soil - Hearts In The Wild

Rowhill Nature Reserve Society Joins Hands with Spaces For Growing for an Inspiring Workshop on Wildflower Seedbombs!

Today was a day of hands in the soil and hearts in the wild! Rowhill Nature Reserve warmly welcomed Spaces For Growing to run a dynamic workshop on crafting wildflower seedbombs. Sixteen nature enthusiasts came together to dive deep into this ancient practice that breathes life into forgotten spaces.

Guided by the wisdom of Masanobu Fukuoka, a pioneer in natural farming, participants not only got their hands dirty but also discovered the profound impact of seedbombing in revitalizing our environment.

As we worked, walkers following the Rowhill trail couldn't help but be drawn in, curious about this unique initiative. It was a beautiful display of community interest and support for both Spaces For Growing and Rowhill Nature Reserve.

A heartfelt thank you to Rowhill Nature Reserve for providing the perfect space for this enlightening workshop. Your partnership made this event possible. Special gratitude also goes to Daniel Jeffery, a dedicated volunteer whose invaluable assistance ensured the seamless execution of the workshop.

Together, the sixteen participants crafted hundreds of wildflower seedbombs, each carrying the promise of vibrant blooms. These will soon find their way to colour the landscape of our community. This collective act is a symbol of growth, renewal, and community spirit.

Missed this event? Don't fret! Spaces For Growing invites individuals, community groups, and organizations to join us in future workshops. It's a fantastic opportunity to learn, grow, and contribute to the beauty and biodiversity of our community.

A huge shoutout to the participants and generous friends who donated to kickstart this endeavor. Your support has been pivotal in getting us off the ground, and for that, we are immensely grateful.

If you believe in our cause and would like to contribute, we welcome your donations. Every bit goes a long way in supporting our mission to create vibrant, sustainable spaces.

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