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Nature in Harmony Exchange Project

Our Nature in Harmony Exchange Project youth team had their August session on Saturday 12th. Here is Kitty’s write-up of it:

“Today at the woods we planned our AGM walk for when we do a guided walk to the public. After doing that we practiced identifying trees, and then we talked about our mini projects and how they are going.”

Our Annual General Meeting is in September, and the youth team will be leading a guided walk around Harmony Woods for visitors. They’ll be talking about the work they’ve done this year and their personal mini-projects, and demonstrating their knowledge about the trees and habitats we have on site.

After the session, the group stayed to take part in ATU’s monthly Saturday community workday, where the task was sculpting and shaping mounds of earth to create the Dragon Garden, a serpent-shaped landscaped garden on the edge of the woods.

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