This workshop looks at the different plant communities that comprise (semi-) natural fens.
This workshop will include an explanation of the structure of grasses and help with identification of common grasses in the field.
This workshop will help you recognise the main groups and teach you how to identify some common species.
This workshop is for people who have already had some experience with identifying grasses, perhaps having already attended Grasses I.
Join local artist, Charles Bezzina, and have a go at painting landscapes from real life.
This workshop introduces the main families of picture-winged flies and how to identify them.
This workshop will provide an introduction to the natural history of pollinators and how they interact with the flowers that they pollinate.
A day to learn about how best to care for churchyards to benefit wildlife and local communities whilst bearing in mind the needs of bereaved families and visitors to graves. Including workshops on…
Join one of our two day-long workshops to learn to scythe as part of our Farming for the Future project and National Meadows Day
An introduction to the study of plant galls.