Date(s) - 27 Jun 2020 until 29 Jun 2020
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
A Lifelong Learning Aberystwyth Ecology Course
Modern methods of creating habitats from first principles will be investigated.
You will gain an insight into the reasons why such techniques are necessary in relation to modern nature conservation and land management. You will be introduced to a range of situations where habitat recreation has been, or needs to be, carried out.
A variety of methods of restoration of ecosystems will be discussed. Participants will be encouraged to discuss the validity, in the context of conservation, of recreating habitats that have been destroyed.
This three day course is suitable for conservation professionals or experienced amateurs who are interested in expanding their habitat creation skills and looking at a range of situations involving damaged and contaminated land.
Tutor: Dr Angie Polkey
Fees: £120 full price (£110 concessions and early bird discount available).
Please enquire about the fee waiver scheme which applies to all Lifelong Learning Aberystwyth Courses. If you have no first degree, reside in Wales and are in receipt of certain state benefits, you may be able to get your course fees subsidised, or paid for you.
Please go to https://www.aber.ac.uk/en/lifelong-learning/ecology/ for all bookings.
Phone: 01970 621580
Course Code: AB305E
Self catering Eco Lodge, shared dormitories and eco-camping are all available at Denmark Farm. Please book your place first with Lifelong Learning Aberystwyth and then contact us about your accommodation needs.
You maybe interested in other conservation, species ID and natural crafts courses at Denmark Farm. See our full events page.
All proceeds from our events and holidays are ploughed directly back into managing our 40 acre nature reserve. Thank you for your support and please do come to visit soon.