Dean’s International Engagement Initiative – Bayfordbury Conservation Days for International Students

Want to connect with other international students? Want to boost your conservation skills?

If you are an international student, and you want to connect with other international students in the School of Life and Medical Sciences, then why not visit our Bayfordbury Campus and join in our conservation programme.

When?

Bayfordbury conservation days happen on Wednesday afternoons (once a month) and offer the perfect opportunity for you to not only meet other international students but to learn about how to  manage ponds, woodlands and grasslands for wildlife, by undertaking conservation tasks including coppicing, alien plant removal, and pond clearance.

Conservation Volunteering Days will be hosted on the following dates:

16 Nov / 1 Dec (Book through Environment Team – Chloe Johnson E-mail: C.johnson30@herts.ac.uk) / 14 Dec / 18 Jan/ 15 Feb / 15 March / 12 April

So why not give up the gym once a month and get some fresh air and exercise in the great outdoors for free!

How do I get there?

A minibus (departing at 1:30pm) from the Forum to Bayfordbury and back will be provided, as well as free tea, coffee and biscuits.

If I want to get involved, what do I do next?

For all dates, other than 1 Dec, please contact Ian Flack at i.flack@herts.ac.uk to book a place.

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