Sat/Sun26-27May 2018 SOMERSET Soilhack Gathering 2018
tony at cultureshop.org.uk
Tue Apr 24 22:43:32 BST 2018
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Subject: [RTF- UK ] Soilhack Gathering 2018
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2018 02:55:48 -0700
From: tee at riseup.net
To: rtf uk <uk at lists.reclaimthefields.org>
The second national Soil Hack gathering is taking place over the weekend
of 26th-27th May.
We invite you to come and contribute your experiences, share ideas and
learn about soil regeneration: As part of a DIY movement, we'll
collectively discuss, study, explore and celebrate the living soil upon
which we all depend. This is an opportunity to work together as part of
a knowledge-sharing network, to empower one another to understand more
about soils and take actions to improve their health.
We'd love for you to join us and get involved - it's going to be
Do you have a burning question to ask? Experience to share? A new
innovation to tell the world about? Well we want to know all about it!
Please let us know in advance if you have ideas for workshops / sessions
you would like to be involved in organising.
To find out more and to book your place go to -
For more info; to ask us a question or offer a skill share email us at -
soilhack at mailo.com
Look forward to see you there,
Soil Hack Organising Crew
*What:* A weekend to share our passion, knowledge, and skills for
building healthy soils
*When:* 26th – 27th May 2018 (arrivals welcome Friday evening)
*Where:* Brook End LAND Centre, Compton Dundon – near Street and
Glastonbury in Somerset
*Please note places are strictly limited* */- book early to
SoilHack was set up to provide a space for people to collaborate in
sharing information to help better understand our soils and how to
improve their health, having been inspired by the DIY spirit of the
FarmHack movement. More details here:
In recent years there has been a growing understanding of the complexity
of interactions that have an effect on the soil and a growing awareness
of the importance of our soil resource for future generations and to
mitigate climate change . We are aware that some current methods that
are used to manage the land are detrimental to soil health, but how can
we move away from them and move towards regenerative practices?
There are increasing examples of people positively transforming their
soils using novel techniques such as no-till/no-dig, cover cropping,
biochar, and agroforestry.
The challenge, especially for people who are full-time producers, is to
somehow get to grips with a toehold on the latest soil research which
helps to understand why these practices work, as well as getting a sense
of how and when they may be appropriate . SoilHack is a response to
this, a self-organising network for sharing knowledge.
Contribute your experience, insight, and curiosity to this effort.
About the Gathering
Everyone at the gathering will be learners. It is a DIY event and it is
hoped everyone will can help the gathering run smoothly. Please let us
know in advance if you have ideas for workshops / sessions you would
like to be involved in organising. Sessions should be participatory,
science and evidence-based, and practical where possible. There is
support available for designing sessions. There will also be space on
the programme for self-organised workshops and sessions that arise as
needed and relevant over the weekend. As well as practical workshops,
there will be time set aside for discussions and strategy sessions on
how to build the SoilHack movement.
How to offer a workshop
Make sure you have booked your place at the gathering. To share your
idea for a session, to assist with the planning and delivery of a
session or to keep up with developments please join and post to the
SoilHack mail-list www.s.coop/soilhack
or alternatively email the organising team soilhack at mailo.com
<mailto:soilhack at mailo.com>
Please note no one is paid for giving workshops at the gathering. If you
need financial support to participate, please let us know when booking.
The gathering is a not-for-profit event with financial support to enable
access and participation. You choose your ticket price based on what you
can afford, we ask £15 - £75 for a day ticket and £25 – £125 for a
weekend ticket, which includes meals and camping. For folks who cannot
afford the lowest rate, please let us know and you can be allocated one
of the free places. It is hoped that individuals coming from
universities, established businesses or other professional organisations
can pay a higher rate.
For any enquiries please email the organising team soilhack at mailo.com
Brook End LAND Center, Street (near Glastonbury) Somerset
May 26th – 27th, 2018
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