Date and time
Date(s) - 04/07/2020 - 05/07/2020
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Site near Durham city
We will be we will be looking at how to identify the plant species found in calcareous grasslands. During the second day we will be looking at how certain species grow in particular habitats, and how to use them as ecological indicators, especially in the context of the National Vegetation Classification systems used in the UK to describe plant communities. This course will explore the techniques and tools and resources available to support your field work.
If you have a group of colleagues that want to take the courses we can arrange a time table that will meet the social distancing requirements and at the same time be able to cover the course content. Please call me to discuss.
Contact: 07875544635, email@example.com
Following government guidance, the courses will be delivered completely outdoors, no classroom time, following social distancing rules and we will have groups of up to 5 people. We will use online resources as much as possible. Each participant will have its own equipment and resources.
Verde-ecology Consultancy training courses are mainly field-based and hands on because we believe in experiencing nature, so we will try as much as possible to keep that ethos. With this in mind, we can only accept people that are able to travel on the day and do not need to stay overnight.
Bookings are closed for this event.