Adapting your Garden to Climate Change


Ian Epic Earth is a passionate Earth Steward and Advocate for Healthier Human Relationships with Food.  Ian is an Environmental Scientist, Garden Landscaper, an engaging Gardening Educator and Founder of the Gourmet Garden School, based in Raleigh.  Ian hosts regular online and in-person workshops covering a range of ecological food and garden-related topics.  At the core of Ian’s message is a recognition of the opportunity we all have for a more meaningful relationship with our food, each other and where we live.  He’s particularly passionate about growing more food, for less effort, with more flavour and more soul.


Ian’s Adapting Your Garden to Climate Change Workshop is a succinct review of what changes we can expect more of and what changes we can implement easily to increase our gardens’ natural resilience! This workshop explores our relationship with our gardens, our gardening behaviours, and our own gardens’ natural assets and liabilities.  This workshop will be a valuable opportunity to see your garden in a whole new way!


From 9.00 am (for a 9.15 start) until 12.00 (with breaks and time for questions)

At Coffs Regional Community Gardens

51 Combine Street


This workshop is funded by City of Coffs Harbour as part of the Environmental Levy Grants Program

The workshop is free but numbers are limited, so please book so you don't miss out.



  • Sunday, 16 June 2024 | 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM


We are located behind 51 combine St, Coffs Harbour. Please follow the community gardens signs/flags and walk across the paddock

Coffs Community Gardens, Behind 51 Combine St, Coffs Harbour, Coffs Harbour, 2450, View Map

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