Wicked Leeks in conversation with Poppy Okotcha

As the first in a new Wicked Leeks event series, editor Nina Pullman will chat to Poppy Okotcha in a live interview format and hear tales from her gardening journey to wider discussions around nature, wellbeing and diversity.

Join us for an evening of conversation with trained horticulturist and regenerative grower, Poppy Okotcha, as part of a new live interview series from Wicked Leeks.

Switching from a career of international modelling to retrain as an ecological gardener, Poppy Okotcha is fast becoming a leading voice in how to connect with nature, nurture your own plot and think more deeply about a low-impact lifestyle.

As the first in a new Wicked Leeks event series at The Riverford Field Kitchen hearing from leading female voices in food and sustainability, editor Nina Pullman will chat to Poppy in a live interview format and hear tales from her gardening journey to more wide-ranging discussions around nature, wellbeing and diversity. The event, which takes place on Thursday 10 March, will take place at the Field Kitchen alongside a 100 per cent organic and veg-centric feast. 

Having featured on BBC2’s Gardeners’ World and a regular contributor to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) podcast, Poppy also reaches almost 75k followers on her Instagram channel where her friendly, accessible stories from her garden continue to inspire a growing movement of ecological food growers and eaters, new and old.

The evening is aimed at anyone interested in ecological food growing, living and eating consciously, or who just want to enjoy a veg-centric supper and an informal, thought-provoking discussion around food and nature.

If you can’t make the event, stay tuned for highlights across our social media channels @wickedleeksmag or in our free weekly edition of the magazine wickedleeks.riverford.co.uk/#join.

For more info about the event, go to The Riverford Field Kitchen

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