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This month's Tree Quotation
"Whoever has learned how to listen to trees no longer wants to be a tree. He wants to be nothing except what he is. That is home. That is happiness."
Herman Hesse - a German-Swiss poet, novelist, and painter.
Training at The Green Light Trust
Woodland Ways owes its existence and success to 'GLT' who started the Community-owned Woodland Scheme of which Natterers Wood is a founder member.
The Green Light Trust training events are held in their award winning Lawshall headquarters,
Enroll and you will be able to enjoy a lunchtime stroll though theIr adjoining 23 acres of community woodland.
You can contact The Green Light Trust about courses, or their work in general, by using their on-line contact form.
Or you can telephone the Green Light Trust
on 01284 830829
The Green Light Trust
Useful Green Light Trust links:
The Trust Home Page
Community and Cohesion pages
The Green Light Trust have recently revised their whole web site.
You may find the information below, about the educational work of the Trust, a useful way in to working together with Green Light...
"We run a number of school programmes for children and courses for adults working in education, all with 3 clear aims:
Environmental education for all
Most of our schools programmes can be tailored for children of all ages and abilities, and our community projects are open to everyone - so far our work has touched the lives of over 90,000 children and adults.
Engaging and interactive
We include practical and theory work in all our education programmes. This combination of 'hands clean' and 'hands dirty' learning makes our sessions fun, engaging and memorable.
Lifelong bonds between
people and nature
We see education as a long term solution to environmental issues. By building strong connections between communities, schools, businesses and nature we can make a lasting difference."
Text: Courtesy of Green Light Trust