Links with the land

6th February 1998 at 00:00
Many farmers are willing to provide free visits to education groups in order to explain their industry. National environmental charity Groundwork manages a Farmlink scheme, a network of co-ordinators which pairs schools and farms in long-term partnerships. Training for teachers, access to resources and help with transport costs is also provided. For details tel: Mary Farrell on 01744 739396 or e-mail:

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