SEPA’s resident blogger, Willie Towers, shares his changing relationship with trees throughout his career as a soil scientist and explores how the role of forests and woodlands has developed over time, in a thoughtful and personal blog post.
March 21st is International Day of Forests, to celebrate all types of forests across the world. Follow the link below for further information and learning resources on Scotland’s fabulous forests and wonderful woodlands from Scotland’s Environment partners.
Updates include exciting training opportunities, new resources including Scotland's Native Woodlands Learning Resource and details on how to apply for Scotland's Finest Woods Awards for Schools.
This collection of articles and activities is designed to encourage place-based learning. Through discovery, exploration and sharing, young people can develop their critical thinking skills, creativity, confidence and teamwork. This resource is intended for anyone taking groups of children to an archaeological site: teachers, youth group leaders and archaeological educators.…
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