Lecture: The Climate Change Garden – Sally Morgan

Monday, 15 April 2024 at 8:00 pm - 9:15 pm

Sally Morgan is an experienced organic, no-dig gardener, who loves to experiment and trial new plants, especially edible ones. With a background in botany and ecology, she has always gardened naturally and is passionate about creating a growing space that it not just healthy and productive, but attractive to as wide a variety of plants and animals as possible. She has travelled widely, both in the UK and further afield, seeking out ideas and inspiration that can be incorporated into her own walled garden. Another source of inspiration are the books written by the pioneers of the organic movement  – Lawrence Hills, Lady Eve Balfour and Sir Albert Howard  and others – who understood the link between a healthy soil, healthy plants and healthy people.

Sally writes regularly for gardening and smallholding magazines and is currently the editor of Organic Farming magazine for the Soil Association.  She is a member of the Garden Media Guild and her blog (livingononeacreorless.co.uk) was a finalist in the Garden Media Awards 2019 and 2022. She gives talks on climate change gardening, healthy gardens and organic vegetable growing to groups across the country. A smallholder for more than 20 years, she runs courses on vegetable growing and self sufficiency on her organic farm in Somerset, UK.


Her books include The Healthy Vegetable Garden (Chelsea Green 2021)  Living On One Acre Or Less (Green Books, 2006) and The Climate Change Garden with Kim Stoddart (new edition Quarto 2023 )

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