New Online Events fRom ‘Grow wild’

We’ve been busy rustling up some new winter offerings at Grow Wild.


We wanted to let you know about some live events which will be taking place online over the next couple of weeks. We’ll be talking to Kew experts Ted and Chris about wildflowers, seeds and growing, plus we’ll speak to our Kew Fungarium curator Lee all about fantastic fungi and where to find them! Read on for details…

Our webinar series has launched! 🚀💫
Monday 30th November kicked off our educational webinar series with a short interactive talk on digital storytelling. Missed it? Don’t panic! If you’re one of our lucky fungus lab recipients this year, you’ll definitely want to check it out since it contains loads of information and tips on how to share your fungus lab progress digitally with your community. We covered topics from storytelling structure, practical tips, social media and more. Check out the recording on our YouTube channel. Pushed for time? You can skip through to key intervals, listed in the description under the video.

New Online Events

Wild Flower Q&A7th December 5pm

The next in our series of online live events will be a Q&A with Kew experts and Conservation Scientists Ted Chapman and Dr. Christopher Cockel. They will be answering questions and tackling your wildflower woes. This is your chance to have those burning sowing and growing questions answered and hear from the experts on topics such as seed science right through to establishing the best growing conditions.

Find out more and book a place: https://www.facebook.com/events/211431680428934/

Live Fungi Q&A14th December 6pm

Fancy polishing up your fungi-spotting skills? Join us for our third live webinar followed by a short Q&A with Kew’s Fungarium curator and resident Grow Wild fungi expert, Lee Davies. Lee will give a short talk and answer some of your fungi-related FAQs as well as taking some quick-fire questions at the end of the session. Don’t miss this last chance before the seasonal break to hear from a Kew expert on why fungi are so important, how to find them and which species to look out for.

Find out more and book a place: https://www.facebook.com/events/195555142078346/

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