Archives ~ 2013

Moths & Map Launch Tuesday 17 June 2014

Moths & Map Launch Tuesday 17 June 2014

A day of events celebrating biodiversity on the Fruit Route focusing on moths and the launch of the Fruit Routes map that gives details of seasonal foraging on the fruit route and information on the newly planted tree varieties (over 100 fruit + nut trees), when to...

Love your campus – Planting & Pruning Feb 15

Love your campus – Planting & Pruning Feb 15

Get involved in hands-on learning and doing.   PLEASE NOTE:BOTH EVENTS ARE NOW ON SATURDAYMeet at 10 for pruning with Marc Richmond 10-11 talk and demonstration followed by have a go at pruning the Fruit Route trees. Bring some secateurs and gloves if you have...

Topping Out the Harvest

Topping Out the Harvest

Fruit fueled days of harvesting, pressing, walking and exploring the campus catching the autumn sunshine and avoiding most of the rain! Had the pleasure of walking the route with John Newling (artist) on Wednesday. His work on creating soil from composting books and...

In your hands

In your hands

Fantastic day full of dreams, visions, tastes, sounds and sunshine. At lunchtime around thirty of us navigated the fruit route via garlic mustard, nettles, dandelions, plantain, wild rose, lime leaves and elderflowers (just coming out…) and the 80 trees on the route....

Bat Walk and Tea Leaves

Bat Walk and Tea Leaves

19 June 2013 A Day of Fruit Route events including a campus bat walk, wild tea and scones and d.i.y. tasseography .... FRUIT ROUTES IN SUMMER Lunchtime walk 12.30-1.30pm. Learn more about wild food growing on campus and the new planting on the first University Fruit...

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