What is the Forest Education Initiative?
Forest Education Initiative (FEI) aims to increase the
understanding and appreciation, particularly among young people,
of the environmental, social, and economic potential of trees,
and forests and of the link between the tree and everyday wood
VIVESE SENSO DUO
David Bellamy says we're fantastic
is a fantastic project which is going to help children understand
about forests and put forests back into people's hearts."
Forest Schools - watch them grow!
The Forest School England Network is next meeting on Tuesday
15 July at Rocks East Woodland, near Bath.
Everyone is welcome - please contact
Susannah Podmore if you
wish to attend. There will be information on funding for Forest
Schools and a chance to see the School in
FEI Forum - Have your say
The FEI website has a forum, or message board, where you can post
your comments or queries.
Find out from other FEI website users how they inspire young people
in woodlands or where to take classes for the best days out in
your local woods and woodlands.
FREE Learning Resources
If you are a teacher or deliver environmental education in any
way you will find our FREE learning resources of great value. You
can choose resources based on the age group of the children you
are teaching and the curriculum subjects you want to cover.
Cluster Group Funding
Attention all Cluster groups! Grants of up to £10,000 (50%
match funding needed) are still available throughout the year. The
next deadline for your application is 1st October 2003. Guidelines
and an application form are available on this site.