Morag's Free Masterclass #6

No-dig Gardening

Is no-dig gardening an appealing idea for you, but you want to find out more? Have you tried it, but need some extra tips?

No-dig gardening is a low-energy input and low-disturbance method of activating your soil and creating a thriving edible garden.

Register now for my next free permaculture masterclass – 30 April, 8pm (AEST)

My sixth free online Masterclass is titled: 7 Tips for Making an Abundant No-Dig Garden. I will be going live from my studio on Monday 30 April from 8pm (AEST- Brisbane time). These masterclasses usually run for around 45 minutes, however there were so many questions last time, we extended to an hour.

What this no-dig gardening masterclass is about?

In this no-dig gardening masterclass I will share lots of practical tips based on my 25 years of successful experimenting with this way of gardening (and not-so-successful attempts too!). No-dig gardening is the way I always make my gardens and one of my favourite topics to explore – particularly for getting things thriving in the veggie garden! I’ll explore my seven key tips for successfully setting up, planting & maintaining a no-dig permaculture garden. My method of no-dig gardening is a bit different than what you see in most books. The little twist is what I think makes it really work.  I’ve tried and tested around this around the world.

There’s a chance to ask questions too.

More no-dig gardening information

Can’t make it?

If you know you cannot make it at that time, still register and I will send you a link to the full replay as soon as it has finished. The link will be available for viewing for a couple of weeks so you can watch it when you have time. After then, it is archived in the Our Permaculture Life Membership Community.

Our Permaculture Life Membership Community

To join the membership community is around $1/day – sign up to receive new weekly materials from me such as interviews and films, permaculture plant reviews, recipes, permaculture book reviews, permaculture design reviews, Q&A sessions, open discussion and opportunities for direct private permaculture mentoring. As a member, you also have full access to The Incredible Edible Garden course


One Response

  1. Leesha
    Leesha at |

    Hi Morag
    I’m wanting to find a safe edging for my veggie garden. I was told sleepers treated with chromium dioxide were safe to use. Is this true and if not do you have any other suggestions?
    Thanks for helping people to look after their families and our environment.