Workshop teaches gardening for health
Dee Pigneguy is hoping to inspire more people to take up a healthier way of life through her Gardening for Health workshop at the Dig It! Royal Oak Organic Garden.
There’s still time to book a place at the February 24 event.
She says on the whole people now have too much ready-made ‘‘fake food’’ handed to them on a plate.
‘‘When people go to the supermarket now it is just refined sugar, refined sugar, refined sugar,’’ she says.
Pigneguy says people need to head back to their roots and back to the garden, to remember the way things used to be.
‘‘People need to look to food as the answer to good health.’’