What is it? The chance to develop skills and try new things such as bushcraft, wildlife ID and habitat management. You can do the John Muir Awards too as these are available for individuals, schools, colleges and universities. There’s even work experience and specialist training to help you enter the conservation sector. The project also runs outdoor alternative curriculums in schools
How often can I come? You can join conservation work parties across the county and weekly Wild Roots Youth Group in Shrewsbury. Contact the Growing Confidence team to get involved or for wider school opportunities
How much does it cost? It’s free for individuals. Schools may have to pay a small fee.
Thanks to @BlendEd_NI on Monday 300 teachers came together to talk about Outdoor Education. The demand for this is high in Northern Ireland as we #BuildBackBetter. This is from @ddoherty684 of @Millstranded Says it all, teachers BRAVE THE OUTDOORS your children need it.