The course given by expert horticulturist Aoife Munn will educate gardeners on how to create a biodiverse haven
By Aislinn Kelly
To celebrate October as National Reuse Month, Limerick City and County Council has organised a one day sustainable gardening course.
The course will cover everything from gardening chemical free, pollinator planting, vegetable growing, mini pond building, pruning, cuttings and much more including tips on reuse.
The course is run by horticulturist and environmentalist Aoife Munn, and sponsored by Limerick City and County Council.
It takes place in The Hunt Museum & Community Garden on Saturday 22 October from 10.30am to 4pm.
The course is free and attendees must register for it here. A full set of notes will be sent to all participants after the course.
Sinead Mc Donnell, Environment Awareness Officer with Limerick City and County Council said: “We are delighted to host this sustainable gardening workshop in the Hunt Museum Community Garden for National Reuse Month.
“The course is in line with the 17 UN Sustainability Goals particularly 11, 12, 13 and 15 and will be of benefit to Limerick’s Tidy Towns network, Green Schools and interested individuals.”
Find out more about this course.