Healthy, fresh food is a basic need that connects us all on a daily basis. Yet many feel alienated from food production due to scandals and opaque supply chains. However, a growing segment of society is yearning for a deeper connection to nature and food production. The Tiny Farms Academy responds to these needs by offering a new approach to organic gardening. Its nine-month training programme is aimed specifically at career changers and aims to equip people with the skills and knowledge necessary to learn bio-intensive gardening, to implement their own agricultural projects or to become pioneers of sustainability in other areas of society.

As part of our offering, we are pleased to announce the upcoming ‘Farmer For A Day’ programme from the Tiny Farms Academy. This event offers participants the opportunity to get a taste of the world of horticulture and gain their first practical experience over the course of the 1.5 day programme. The programme includes a digital introduction with theoretical basics on the first day, followed by a day on the farm with a variety of activities, including a farm tour, practical exercises in the field, as well as useful tips & tricks for practical gardening from experienced gardeners, and opportunities for networking.

The Farmer For A Day programme takes place both at our location in Brandenburg and in Hamburg (registration deadline 24-06-2024):

Brandenburg:
01-07-2024 (digital introduction, 05:30-08:00 p.m.)
05-07-2024 (farm day, 09:00 a.m.-04:30 p.m.)

Hamburg:
01-07-2024 (digital introduction, 05:30-08:00 p.m.)
12-07-2024 (farm day, 09:00 a.m.-04:30 p.m.)

The participation fee is 170 euros, including a shared lunch on our farm.

We invite all interested parties to join us in our endeavours and gain impetus for more environmentally conscious agriculture.

For further information and to register, please visit our website at tinyfarms.de/farmer-for-a-day

About Tiny Farms: The aim of Tiny Farms is to create a diverse, decentralised and human-scale agriculture supported by many people. In this way, Tiny Farms aims to spread organic farming and produce the best organic vegetables for canteens, retail, catering and the end consumer through many Tiny Farms, demonstrating that a different way of farming is possible. Tiny Farms focuses on market gardening as an organic method of cultivation on very small plots of land. Through intensive care and efficient use of the land, we produce fresh, healthy organic produce for local markets, promote a vibrant community and reduce environmental impact.

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