from the young age I was a hunter gatherer or so I liked to think, but always relied on my “back up plan “.
In last weeks column i have written about how the caring female wolf spiders are, also the innovative methods and hard work they put in to protect their eggs, we view them as a something to run away from but its the other way around ,they go out of the way to avoid us.
A great change to help at Stoke Park with the expansion of the outdoor learning area , it has outgrown itself already, and we need your muscles, the day will be physical cutting up small fallen trees and creating seating from felled logs on site , a cozy camp fire will be going ,please bring Read more about Volunteering workday in the woods[…]
The Basket weaving day on Sunday March 16th is fully booked , thanks to all who have booked a place , sorry to those who missed the boat on this occasion ,more events coming up soon. regards Steve
Had a great day today at Bristol Orchard school, as part of the Natural England funded Wild City project , today the students looked at plant mutations and their causes the mutations are called “Galls” ,caused by tiny wasps injecting an egg into the oak buds in spring mutating the flower to build a re Read more about Wild City project at schools[…]
Due to an overwhelming interest in the bushcraft event on sunday 2nd Feb and the weaving event on Saturday 22nd both events are now FULLY BOOKED, many thanks to those who booked and those who missed out on this occasion please keep your eye on my website for future events coming soon,many thanks Steve