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The RHS Campaign for School Gardening has partnered with the UK Space Agency to embark on an ‘out of this world’ educational project. The project, Rocket Science, will give around half a million UK children the chance to learn how science in space contributes to our knowledge of life on earth, using the invaluable expertise of the European Space Agency (ESA) … Continue Reading ››
Kindly contributed by Mark Norris, Newquay Zoo, World War Zoo Gardens project.
Visitors to your botanic garden are not just amazed by your plants, seeking tranquil green surroundings or an easy-to-reach wild space. Some may be(come) intrigued by your history, fascinated by who worked there and what went on at your botanic garden in the past.
We already use personality or biography - famous plant hunters, inspirational directors, royal connections - to enliven our collections. You … Continue Reading ››
In March 2012, Caroline Spelman MP, Secretary of State for Defra, launched the publication of the Food Growing in Schools Taskforce Report. The Taskforce, led by Garden Organic and chaired by our CEO, Myles Bremner, highlights compelling evidence that proves food growing in schools helps support children achieve, builds life and employability skills, and improves their health and well-being. The Taskforce consisted of 25 representatives with interests and expertise in the delivery of food growing in schools. It included leaders and … Continue Reading ››