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Improve your Garden for Wildlife

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Grow Wilder

181 Frenchay Park Road

Bristol

BS16 1HB

United Kingdom

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Learn how to help your local wildlife with this practical one day course on wildlife gardening.

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Learn how to help your local wildlife with this practical one day course on wildlife gardening. Aimed at anyone who wants to help nature thrive, this course is the perfect way to learn theory and gain practical skills on what to do to improve your garden for wildlife. With lots of tips and tricks to get you started, and a walk around our fantastic demonstration site, you’ll be brimming with ideas perfectly suited to your own garden.

Learning outcomes:

  • Discover more about the life and ecology of common garden wildlife
  • Learn how to provide habitat in your garden including ideas for planting plans, hedging, nesting boxes, supplementary foods and wildlife shelters
  • Explore our wildlife-rich demonstration sites to see ideas put into action
  • Leave with tailored advice for your garden including an outline design and suggested planting options

Covid-19

Measures in accordance with current government guidelines will be in place, please do not attend if you are unwell and please bring a mask. We reserve the right to adapt or change activities in order to meet current government guidelines around Covid-19.

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Grow Wilder

181 Frenchay Park Road

Bristol

BS16 1HB

United Kingdom

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organiser Avon Wildlife Trust

Organiser of Improve your Garden for Wildlife

Avon Wildlife Trust is the largest local charity working to protect wildlife in the West of England area (formerly the County of Avon - Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire). With the support of over 17,600 members, 1,500 volunteers and corporate support, we are the largest local charity working to protect wildlife and inspire people. We care for over 30 nature reserves, from ancient bluebell woods, nationally rare wetlands and wildflower meadows.












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