Learn how to grow your own food

Free Training opportunity: ‘Food & Climate Change’

EMERGE’s training sessions are designed to help you understand climate change & make an action plan of what you can do to reduce your own carbon footprint. These sessions are free but you must be available to attend all three sessions.

Friday 13th July 10 – 1: Find out about the impacts of climate change globally and locally and what you can do to reduce your impact.

Friday 20th July 11.30 – 1.30: Cook and eat lunch together. Discuss food and climate change. Create your own carbon reduction action plan.

Friday 3rd August 12 – 1: Tell us how your plan of action went over lunch.

Location: EMERGE, Units E1-E4 New Smithfield Market, Manchester, M11 2WJ.

If you would like to attend this training please book your place by contacting Nicola Milner on 0161 223 8200 or email volunteering@emergemanchester.co.uk

Free Training opportunity: ‘Introduction to Growing your Own Vegetables’

Would you like to learn how to grow your own vegetables? Come down to EMERGE’s Learning Garden to find out how at one of our community growing sessions. These will be held on:

Saturday 21st July 10 – 3 and Saturday 4th August 10 – 3at the EMERGE Learning Garden on New Smithfield Market, Manchester, M11 2WJ.

Lunch will be provided. Please inform EMERGE of any special dietary requirements.

We have 12 places available. Book early to avoid disappointment by contacting Nicola Milner on 0161 223 8200 or email volunteering@emergemanchester.co.uk

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