Classroom, school grounds or a national park site with handwashing facilities. Works particularly well as a follow up to a field study of a species-rich area of a national park.
An activity for you to take, or to be directed by the Northumberland National Park engagement officers
Discuss the variety of species ( wood cranesbill; Yellow Rattle;). Discuss the different management(late July cut; no inorganic fertilizer). Then get down and dirty forming a fist-size ball of clay and rolling it in the seed and compost. An area needing wild flowers can then be mass bombed. Your very own seed dispersal session.
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