Nottingham Organic Gardeners

Promoting sustainable gardening

We are a friendly group in Nottingham, aiming to promote organic and sustainable gardening, and a more localised food culture. We have an Organic Demonstration Garden at Whitemoor Allotments in Nottingham and hold regular events and trips with an organic theme. 

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Talk - The Future of Garden Organic

  • Hotel Deux Clumber Avenue, Sherwood Rise NG5 1AP United Kingdom (map)

Garden Organic is the leading Charity focusing on Organic Gardening. Garden Organic, formerly known as the Henry Doubleday Research Association (HDRA), is a UK organic growing charity dedicated to researching and promoting organic gardening, farming and food. The charity maintains the Heritage Seed Library to preserve vegetable seeds from heritage cultivars and make them available to growers.

Nottingham Organic Gardeners is a group affiliated to Garden Organic, we have had trips to the Garden Organic site at Ryton, attended gardening conferences run by Garden Organic and had a speaker/workshop from the charity. As a group some of our profits are often donated to Garden Organic to support the work they do and a lot of our group members are also members of Garden Organic and the Heritage Seed Library. 

For more information see the Garden Organic Website - 
James Campbell has worked in the field of Sustainability for 20 years, with an emphasis on people and the environment, and has also worked in the public and private sectors in the UK and internationally. Prior to joining Garden Organic, he headed up the international development team at global environmental NGO, Earthwatch.

Nottingham Organic Gardeners 

ADMISSION PRICE: £2 Non-members £2.00 - everybody is welcome!

Free to members of Nottingham Organic Gardeners (yearly subscription of £10/concession £7.00/family £15)