Loving Your Landscape: A celebration of wild landscapes and an exploration of research into rewilding
LOVING YOUR LANDSCAPE
A celebration of wild landscapes and an exploration of research into rewilding
The Loving Your Landscape event series is a celebration of wild landscapes and an exploration of research into rewilding and the ambitious Wilder Doddington project.
These events are part of a wider collaboration between Doddington Hall and Gardens and the University of Lincoln, where Lincoln researchers are teaming up with Doddington Hall to investigate what happens as they begin the transition from an agricultural, managed landscape to a self-managed, more natural ecosystem. Find out more about Wilder Doddington
These fun, free, family-friendly events – on Saturday 11th June at Lincoln’s Cornhill Quarter, and on Saturday 18th June at Doddington Hall – are based on cutting edge research from the University of Lincoln into rewilding and the Wilder Doddington project. See below for more details:
Saturday 11 June 2022, 10am-3:30pm, Lincoln’s Cornhill Quarter, LN5 7ET
Drop-in activities, demonstrations and displays
Come along to the Loving Your Landscape: Rewilding Pop-up for a family-friendly, fun exploration of rewilding, conservation, ecology, and research. Find out why wilder landscapes benefit the soil and the tiny creatures that live beneath our feet, try your hand at making seed bombs and much more!
Stop by our stand in the Cornhill Quarter, Lincoln. There is no need to book for this event.
Saturday 18 June 2022, 10am-3pm, Doddington Hall, LN6 4RU
Free, hands-on family workshops
See our ecology-inspired illustration exhibition, try your hand at field recording at our living sound archive workshops, take part in an immersive lunch and performance experience, or join our psychologist-led walks exploring the health benefits of our connectedness to nature.
The workshops at Doddington Hall are free, but booking is essential due to limited places. Click here for more information and to get your tickets: Loving Your Landscape
The Loving Your Landscape events are supported by funding from the Natural Environment Research Council.
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Story submitted by Gregory Frame