Grow Wild is a Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust project to support your school or community group to make the most of its outdoor spaces for you and for wildlife.
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Our team of experienced gardeners can work with you to:
We can work with you on all stages of a project, or you can brief us and we'll do the rest.
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What does it cost?
Grow Wild isn't a free service, but we try to keep costs as reasonable as possible, providing something to fit with every budget.
Typical costs are:
Using your garden to learn
Our education team can help you use your space to learn - from minibeast hunting and pond dipping to investigating plants and trees, or understanding the impact of climate change on wildlife.
We offer a wide range of exciting curriculum-linked workshops that can be run in your school grounds. If you're starting from scratch we can support you to involve the students in every step of the process from learning about wildlife gardening to designing their own plot.
Contact Martha on 0116 248 7356 or [email protected] to discuss your needs.
At our January meeting we’ll be discussing both Nan Shepherds’s The Living Mountain and James Rebank’s The Shepherd’s Life: A Tale of the Lake District.