Organise a natural history walk for a group of students or friends, and learn the biodiversity around you
- -Learn about the flora and fauna of the ecosystems where the partners are based.
- -Learn “landscape reading”: the identification of natural landmarks and microclimate characteristics,
together with the identification of useful wild plants (edible, medicinal, soil indicators and soil
improvers, useful for gardens and orchards).
- -Visit various urban gardening initiatives and critical review of benefits and disadvantages of different
logistical, organisational and governance models.
- -Learning about how local initiatives or projects protect biodiversity at the local level.
- -Learn about how we can have a positive impact on global biodiversity by changing habits and adopting more environmentally-friendly behavior locally, for example, through our food choices.
The consortium has prepared three Natural History Walks: