Have a go at recognising the wild plants of the Chalk Downland.

  • 18 Aug 2017
  • 10am - 1pm
  • Rochester

Wild Flower Study Day

Three-hour session, suitable for beginners, on identifying common wild plants of chalk downland. We will be concentrating on the use of field guides, keys and hand lenses – which will be provided – and on learning the basic features of some of the major plant families.

Meet at the main car park on the A228, just south of the M2 .

LOCATION: Ranscombe Farm Reserve Court Farm, Pilgrims Road, Upper Halling, Rochester, Kent, ME2 1HR

LEADER: Richard Moyse (Ranscombe Project Manager)

Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and stout shoes; please note that we will be outdoors for the whole session, and that Ranscombe has no toilet facilities.

No dogs please.

Booking essential. For further information, including how to find the reserve, contact the Ranscombe Farm Reserve Office at ranscombe@plantlife.org.uk or on 01634 245413.

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