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Climate Change Gardening Workshops

Ballynorthland Demesne, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 6BT
Box of homegrown vegetables and flowers


'Grow Green' at Dungannon Park

Grow your own fruit and vegetables on a budget and in a way that doesn't harm the environment, reduces your carbon footprint and  adapts your gardening practices and crops to climate change.  Gain the knowledge and forward planning from Yvonne Zellmann, Y.Z. 'Feels to be True' by attending her workshops at the beautiful Dungannon Park on 7 and 21 June.  

Book your space for a half hour information session in Dungannon Park (Fishing Lodge) to get tips, advice and new ideas on how to adapt your fruit and vegetable garden to our changing climate.

There are three time slots available over two evenings, which can be booked by calling Dungannon Park on 028 8772 8690.

Growing Climate Change Foods

Choosing what to grow and how!  What types of fruit and veg should you sow and plant in your garden in the face of climate change?  What crops could you grow to reduce carbon emissions? How you could adapt your gardening efforts to unpredictable seasons?

Wednesday 7 June
Session 1: 18:30 - 19:00
Session 2: 19:15 - 19:45
Session 3: 20:00 - 20:30

Using natural resources in the vegetable garden to help tackle climate change looking at soil, water and energy use, as well as, protection of natural habitats and wildlife.

Wednesday 21 June 
Session 1: 18.30 - 19.00
Session 2: 19:15 - 19.45
Session 3: 20:00 - 20:30

To book call Dungannon Park on 028 8772 8690.

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A bandstand in Dungannon ParkDungannon Park, DungannonDungannon Park is a seventy acre oasis centred round an idyllic stream fed lake. The magnificent scenery invites the spending of your leisure time, whether you’re a resident of South Tyrone, or a visitor from anywhere in the world.

Caravans at Dungannon park in the evening sun.Dungannon Park, DungannonVisit the beautiful Dungannon Park, a 70 acre oasis centred around an idyllic still water lake, but only 2 miles from Dungannon town centre. The park has 24 fully serviced hard-standing pitches with ample space for tents and has an excellent range of facilities.

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