|The extensive grounds of the Centre|
From Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre
April 14th 10am-12.30pm
The Friends of Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre are a group of volunteers that meets one Saturday morning every month at the centre. They manage the habitats in the area and all activities focus on improving the natural habitat of the 15 acre woodland for biodiversity and ensuring that the outdoor teaching spaces are safe and exciting for the thousands of school children that attend the centre each year.
This month we are combining volunteering with a foraging walk where the urban forager, Michael Stuart, will be hosting a walk for our volunteers to discover edible woodland herbs. We will then continue with some practical work in the woodland.
At the upcoming event we will be working on the following tasks:
- Gaining skills in foraging with Michael Stuart, the urban forager
- Pathway clearance in the woodland
- Moving a few small logs across the woodland if time permits
- Other tasks as they come up
Booking is not essential but it would be good to have an idea of numbers for the walk.All welcome! Under 16’s need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. Tea, coffee and snacks will be provided. Please meet inside the education centre.
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The Centre is at the top of Birchen Grove, Kingsbury. Go through the big green gates and the Centre is ahead of you.