This course will look at the ways in which gardening can be beneficial for your health, for wildlife and the planet.
This course will include methods of plant identification, how to encourage wildlife and also to achieve maximum enjoyment of your garden through observation, planning and working in the garden
No previous qualifications required, just an enthusiasm for a healthy lifestyle for you and nature.
Paper and writing equipment or ability to use laptop for note taking, willingness to spend at least an hour outdoors each week to carry out tasks, any books/ magazines on related topics.
PowerPoint presentations, demonstrations and practical gardening activities, discussions and quizzes.
Learners will be asked to complete a personal learning record throughout the course to monitor your progress.
Further CLIP courses on similar topics. Take part in voluntary activities with local groups and gardening clubs.