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Field Botany: How to Identify Plants in the Field

from Saturday, June 04, 2016
to Sunday, June 05, 2016


Starts 9 am

This Field Botany module will cover how to use different floras. By the end of this course students will be able to identify over half of the 3769 plant species in the UK to family!

Learn how to identify plants by exploring their shared patterns, properties and uses. This course is based around a simple but very effective approach to learning field botany ensuring that no walk in the woods, by the coast, or on the mountain tops will ever be the same again! You will gain an NCFE Level 3 accreditation upon completion. There will be a strong emphasis on experiential learning. Assessments are based on both practical and classroom skills. Topics covered will include: using flora, plant terms, parts and functions, plants by families, properties and uses.


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Findhorn Village Centre
Church Place
Findhorn
IV36 3YR
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September 2016
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