Community Roots

Community Roots Events are designed to support family groups, they will be structured so that participants will take part in age and ability appropriate seasonal games and crafts.

 

Each day will involve a community conservation task, in which everyone can participate within their capacity, such as big beach/woodland cleans and collaborative habitat restoration, Foraging and Bushcraft Skills. Learning that wilderness and well-being are linked, participants will take part in conservation activities appropriate to the location.

 

Map showing the areas of Inverness, Elgin, Fochabers and Aviemore

We are able to provide 13 spaces per day and we will be running 3 days in each of the highlighted areas above.  Please choose your most convenient are from those shown above and register using the form below.

    Looking at the map above, which area would be most convenient for your family group
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By clicking submit you agree to our terms and conditions.  Also to take part in the evaluation of the programme. This will involve completing a questionnaire both before and after taking part in the programme.

 I agree to my completed questionnaires being given a personal identification number. This will be stored alongside my name by Wild Things! for the sole purpose of linking my before and after questionnaire answers. Once the data has been linked, the file with my name and personal identification number will be destroyed (we do not need your name for data analysis purposes).

I agree to an anonymised version of my questionnaire answers (with all personal identifiers removed) to be shared with researchers from the University of the Highlands and Islands Division of Rural Health and Wellbeing for the sole purpose of evaluating the effectiveness of the programme. The researcher will carry out statistical analysis on the anonymised data. This will be included in an evaluation report for Wild Things! It may also be included in academic publications or presentations, with prior approval from Wild Things! No identifiable data will be used in publications or presentations.