Love your Earth,
love your garden
I am a Politics and International Relations graduate from the University of York, looking to establish my own gardening business in York. I abide by organic permaculture principles to create ecologically sustainable gardens that are a haven for local wildlife.
Gardening is more than just a job for me. I passionately believe that we must fix our relationship with nature in order to avoid the imminent catastrophic consequences of climate breakdown such as extreme weather, food shortages, more pandemics and mass extinction. Our politicians are lying about the dangers we face, and we have to act now. I want York to be an example to the world of how to build back better and create a sustainable, resilient community. ✊🌍💚
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“Can highly recommend Patrick he did my garden and what a difference takes such care in his work”Sarah – Tang Hall
Wonderful job with those kids that need us and people from various places all over the world. I will definitely join your group as a volunteer.John Doe
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