Earth Lab hosts students for the first time.
Last year we revealed some of DigVentures’ first findings from their excavations. After the Coronavirus pandemic put things on hold, DigVentures have now returned to the Earth Trust dig site, and have unearthed plenty more. Here we share some of their latest discoveries!
We’re excited to share that Earth Trust has been selected to take part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge this year.
A BioBlitz is a great way to find out what’s living in a green space. In this week’s blog, Sophie shows us what it is, how to do it and what you might find.
The opportunity to be part of Earth Lab from the very beginning was an amazing opportunity for me and the whole Environmental Education Team. We have been blessed with working in our beautiful learning barn for 10 years, welcoming children, young people, adults and families to learn about the land, environment and history of this area.
Four years ago Chris Phillips became a Trustee. “I chair Earth Trust’s Safety Committee and, as a retired head teacher, have also taken a keen interest in the environmental education programme.”
Earlier this year Nikki, who supports the Earth Trust Education Team, shared her story with other volunteers. To mark Volunteers’ Week we asked if we can share her inspiring story again here for more people to read – we hope you enjoy it.
Our Countryside Skills course has been running for over 20 years and we’re currently looking to expand the number of schools we work with by offering free taster sessions in 2019.
We are delighted to announce that, after a summer of planning and designing, our engagement team are launching their new Earth School sessions this term!