Six organisations, representing five European major cities, have come together to run a unique and transnational project, in order to connect urban gardens, share practices among them and build together the innovative Otesha gardens – this is the European Urban Gardens Otesha project, and this website is the e-Learning Portal.
Based on good practices gathered from across the five countries involved in the project, the e-learning portal will provide you with information, resources and activities to help you develop your own urban garden from the beginning or to improve an existing garden that you may already have on the go. You can use the e-learning pages for yourself or they can be included into a wider programme of training for adults, children, people with disabilities, other gardeners or people in your community. Or for fun, you can just use them with other people to have a good social experience.
To find out more about the EUGO project, visit: http://otesha-gardens.eu
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.