NFGS Seminars 2020 | How and why to advocate for forest gardens in your local area



Daniel Scharf (MRTPI)
Daniel has recently written a ‘Supplementary Planning Document’ for Forest Gardening and describes this document and how to use it for advocacy
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1axaIWMl1n4vKWAjFYRaHMfFI6DEbYURD/view

Hannah Gardiner
Hannah has recently undertaken a review of the evidence base of the benefits of Forest gardening and shares useful insights for your advocacy work. See her slide presentation below:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ATWtgj7zoT-tO3EnW-RjUip7hXOThY0o/view

Jane Morris
Jane is one of the founders of Birchfields Forest Garden, which has been developed in a park in 2007. She talks about her journey of getting access to the park and building up the forest garden
https://hsm.manchester.gov.uk/kb5/manchester/directory/service.page?id=uBaYHhGIvUI

Here are a couple of documents as useful background: the first is a referenced paper that links forest gardening with policies addressing the climate emergency
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Dm-J2P1Pg1P0LTDCOBIIHVMZz2foHTiR/view

The second is a shorter version for use specifically with local authorities
https://drive.google.com/file/d/19jw57rTEEutHy6zzl8u2sUqpcwiWZ7SO/view

This video was first published onSource link . We are just re-posting and re-sharing.

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