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Green Keele (previously Keele Sustainability Hub)

Previously know as Keele University Sustainability Hub, we provide sustainability activity at Keele University.

Edible Campus

This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

Edible Campus (also known as Campus Green Team) will tour around the campus and look after the dedicated student gardening sites. These include, but are not limited to: Student Eats Walled Garden Allotments, Chancellor's Building Herb Garden, Halls Accommodation planters at Lindsay, Horwood and Barnes and the Wellbeing courtyard at David Weatherall.

The sessions will take place generally on a Friday 1-3pm. 

Find out further information in the Team space: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/channel/19%3aadf704911a464da29d42f0b677aa08d4%40thread.tacv2/Edible%2520Campus%2520Gardening?groupId=ba975642-ca7f-45ae-b6ff-26c9594b37cc&tenantId=2bbbf3ee-b668-4df9-b063-598945c3d466

 

Benefits to self

Wellbeing Get outside and in nature Grow your own food and herbs Learn about ecology and foraging Get to know the campus

Benefits to others

Make the campus edible and useful for all students, staff and the community Share sustainability experiences

Location

Keele Campus

Training available

Training and support meetings will be provided by Students Organising for Sustainability UK

DBS required?

No

Transport details

On campus, no transport required

Contact Name

Alana Wheat

Contact email address

a.k.wheat@keele.ac.uk

Contact phone number

N/A
  • EnvironmentalConservation, Sustainability, Wildlife
  • Crisis & PovertyFoodbanks
  • LocationOn Campus
  • What are your reasons for volunteering?Build my confidence, Do something positive with my spare time, Gain work experience/ improve my CV, Give something back to the community, Help others, Learn or try new things, Meet new people, Use my skills

Employability skills

  • Communication Skills: Verbal 0
  • Research & Planning 0
  • Organisation 0
  • Leadership 0

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