Spier’s Growing for Good
Spier Food Garden Workshop – an opportunity to immerse yourself in the productive garden with Megan McCarthy as your guide. Learn how to mimic nature’s way of building soil fertility – it’s easier than you think and so good for your garden. See exactly how to make and maintain compost heaps; understand carbon and nitrogen ratios, and find out how to brew fascinating micro-organism inoculants.
WHEN: 4 December, 2021 – 09:00 – 15:00
WHERE: Spier Food Garden situated next to Eagle Encounters, Spier Wine Farm, R310 Baden Powell Dr, Stellenbosch, 7603
COST: R750 per person, including a light vegetarian lunch. For bookings: RSVP HERE
What to wear & bring:
Comfortable waterproof shoes
Self-Harvest Saturdays at Spier
The garden’s delicious and nutrient-rich produce is used in Spier’s restaurants and can be purchased online and from the Spier Farm Café. Want to get in on the action? You are now also able to harvest your own — directly from the garden! For just R150, take home a box crammed full of seasonal goodness to nourish you in the week ahead.
Self-Harvest Saturdays run from 09.00 to 11.00 every Saturday morning. Advanced booking is essential and can be made on
By choosing Spier, you are supporting Spier’s Growing for Good learning initiatives that empower communities to create positive social and environmental change.
One of South Africa’s oldest wine farms and a well-known Western Cape landmark, Stellenbosch wine farm. Spier hosts the Light Art exhibition as one of their Growing for Good initiatives, which empower communities to create positive social and environmental change.
A long-standing supporter of the arts, Spier understands that creative works entertain, inform and educate. They often hold up a mirror to society, offering us a chance to reflect. This is why Spier contributes to several annual public arts initiatives and exhibit a significant contemporary arts collection on the farm.