Contributing to ‘Exploring the Environment’ MTA/AMI workshop, Stirling, April 20th 1000-1600

With the help of a number of other MTA and AMI members, I’ll be helping out at a CPD workshop for outdoor leaders who are members of the two Associations in the Stirling and Bridge of Allan area. I’ll be reprising some of the elements from a previous workshop I ran in the area but this time around we’ll also have botany, ecology and steep ground security covered as we move around sites by other leaders on a peer-to-peer day. There should be ample time to discuss other issues.

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Chalk on the rocks of Wolf Hole Quarry but what else lies beneath?

Booking is via the MTA or AMI members’ area. If you’ve questions, do contact me using the Hills of Hame enquiry form or email.

 

I am a palaeobiologist in my early 40's carrying out research work. I am based in Scotland.

Posted in Geodiversity, Mountain Training, Scotland, Woodlands

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Al is a Hill and Moorland Leader and has also completed the Expedition Skills module
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