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Science and Environment

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Science describes the world we live in, and the ability to wonder about, question and understand how things behave is very much a part of all our lives.

From January 2014, we have new courses on Improving Nature – the Contemporary Garden, Marine Birds and their Ecology, Ocean and Climate: their role in our Future and Moving the Landscape: art, sculpture and design in the modern garden.

The relationship between the landscapes we see and the underlying geology will continue to be explored in both Geology from Scratch and Field Geology in South Shropshire (Part 2). The latter can be taken independently of Part 1, and is suitable for anyone to enrol on.

Whether you would like to learn more about low maintenance food growing and gardening techniques, unusual perennial food plants, or the environmental implications of changes in land use, we hope that there will be something of interest to you. Early enrolment is recommended for all courses to avoid disappointment.

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