Established as a teaching garden in 1673, Chelsea Physic Garden continues its tradition of making people aware of our links with the plant world. The education department organises tailor-made school visits, and runs INSET days teaching numeracy and literacy through the natural world.
This 16-hectare Cambridge University Botanic Garden holds the research and teaching collection for the University, an herbarium collection, and the Cory Library of horticultural and taxonomic works. Educational programmes for schools, colleges, and the general public are core activities.
Botanic Gardens Conservation International is the largest international botanic garden networking organisation. BGCI works to ensure access for all to plant-based education for conservation and sustainable development.
The Black Environment Network was established to promote equality of opportunity with respect to ethnic communities in the preservation, protection, and development of the environment.
An educational charity with 15 acres of ornamental gardens and four glasshouses.