Especially good in a school setting, several classes through the duration of one day can enjoy  a half hour or hour long ‘wormy workshop’ – a hands on opportunity to learn all about earth worms and the fantastic things that they do for us, or equally build a mini beast palace  or solitary bee box for installation in the school grounds to improve biodiversity and increase natural history study resource.

School Workshops

‘ Wormeries’
Courses are offered in the design of bespoke wormerys and/or wormery care. As an authoritative knowledge of vermiculture any need can be met. Wormeries are both an environmental education resource and real waste reduction tool

Day long courses are offered to any group or school and delivered according to the groups ability. Learn how to begin composting with worms, worm anatomy, build your own wormery, build a composter from recycled materials and turning your waste into the best compost imaginable. Examples are used to illustrate whats possible and courses and workshops are kept very practical and hands on.

‘Habitat for bugs & beasties’
Provision for wildlife can be built on a shoe string or on a grandiose scale, budget depending. Groups of children, teachers or otherwise  interested individuals can enjoy a fabulous insight into bringing any space alive through animation by invertebrates. Bugs palaces, bee boxes, hoggy homes, ladybird loungers and bird boxes can be designed built and installed by people of all ages and abilities.

‘Solitary bee box’
Bee populations are in stark decline, oddly we often ignore the estimated 247 different species of solitary bees that play such a massive part in pollinating our plants. An array of bee boxes to provide habitat for baby bees can be built from an assortment of natural materials.