Woods Mill 50: Learn to Love Earthworms (13/03/2019) Wednesday, 13th March 2019 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

If you’re interested in earthworms but don’t feel ready for a beginner’s ID workshop, then this day is for you! It’s a day for people who are fascinated by earthworms but don’t know where to start with them. It’s a very gentle introduction to the world of earthworms and the art (and science!) of telling one kind from another.

- Come and learn about the different ecological types of British earthworms and their natural history
- Listen to some fascinating facts about the worldwide diversity of earthworms
- Learn why earthworms are so important to both man and nature
- Observe earthworms in their natural environment
- Find out what to do if you want to take your interest further

Please follow this link for additional information - Learn to Love Earthworms

Woods Mill, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9SD.


If you'd like to be put on the waiting list, please contact James Duncan

Please note that, due to the popularity of these events, you will be unable to turn up on the day for this event without pre-booking. 

This event is in celebration of the end of Sussex Wildlife Trust’s 50 Years at Woods Mill project, made possible through generous support from ScottishPower Foundation