Embark on a comprehensive learning journey with our Seed Saving course, carefully structured to cater to diverse preferences:
In-person (3 sessions – 9 hours): Immerse yourself in interactive sessions, gaining practical insights into seed saving, seed bank setup, and wildflower meadow management.
Online (4 sessions – 10 hours): Join engaging online sessions, each lasting 2.5 hours, where you’ll explore the importance of seed saving, the art of collecting seeds, and the significance of wildflowers for pollinators.
Self-Directed/E-Learning (5 hours): Utilize 5 hours of self-directed e-learning, delving deeper into course topics at your own pace.
This multifaceted approach ensures a well-rounded understanding of seed preservation, from hands-on experiences to interactive online discussions and self-paced exploration.
Total Commitment : 24 hours
Who will benefit from this Course?
Farmers and Private Garden Volunteers looking to preserve their grounds.
Gardeners and Seed Enthusiasts as well as Botany and Agriculture Students
Community members passionate about understanding and preserving local biodiversity.
Environmental enthusiasts seeking practical avenues to contribute to conservation efforts.
Individuals eager to engage with authorities and experts in the field of biodiversity.
Citizens interested in actively participating in citizen science initiatives.