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11thNovember 2021

Discovering iRecord – training course

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The Field Studies Council (FSC) are offering this online course on iRecord (January – February 2022) to introduce learners to the basics of biological recording. It will include some local fieldwork. You can also find out about their free Natural History Live classes here.

19thOctober 2021

Living Ash Project – report a tree

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Have you seen a healthy ash tree surrounded by dying ash trees? The Living Ash Project aims to identify a large and diverse number of ash trees with good tolerance to ash dieback. This is to help breed future stocks of health and resistant trees.  This might be worth exploring [...]

13thOctober 2021

Waxcap fungi survey – take part this autumn

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Plantlife are running a Waxcap Watch. Download the app, and spare a couple of hours surveying a site near you. In Scotland, results from the survey will inform conversations with landowners on how best to restore and protect local waxcap grasslands in key project areas such as the Cairngorms National Park.

24thAugust 2021

Glasgow Primary schools resources for Glasgow Children’s Woodland

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Visit The Lost Woods hub on the Glasgow Science Centre website. Discover lots of great resources for Glasgow’s schools involved in the planned new Glasgow Children’s Woodland. Explore the free teaching resources, lesson and assembly plans to bring nature and the COP26 experience into your learning and teaching.