I did the Soil For Life “Grow Your Own Vegetables” weekend course last week. My motivation to do the course was that I killed almost everything I planted. I discovered, after reading countless vegetable gardening books, but still many a dead plant, that I am the kind of person that needs to visually see how to help sustain life, particularly vegetables, in my garden. I have a lot of head knowledge that I wanted to see in practice. I also wanted to honour soil by understanding the importance of healthy soil in relation to human health. The United Nations FAO have dedicated 2015 to “Year of the Soil”.
What I want to focus on for this Friday Smile is the uplifting and vital work that Soil For Life does in poorer communities and the results that they achieve are astounding.
To see some of the wonderful work Soil for Life is doing please go to:
Grass would like to congratulate Soil For Life for all they do and have achieved to help poorer communities, with no resources, to grow their own food. Bravo guys!
If you wish to do a weekend course or just want to know more about the vitality of soil then give them a call on 021 794 4982.
I will share what I discovered last weekend at a later date so stay posted for that. If you want to know more about our food system in South Africa then subscribe and receive a Mindful Monday recipe each week.