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People, plants & places

Author: Julian Agyeman; Learning Through Landscapes Trust.
Publisher: Crediton : Southgate, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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A British curriculum designed to give teachers new ideas, approaches and materials for detailed activities which will allow pupils to investigate and explore the historical, geographical, ecological and often multicultural origins of many 'British' plants. The philosophy of the book is based on cultural ecology, studying the inter-relationships between plants and animals and their environments. Activities focus on  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Agyeman; Learning Through Landscapes Trust.
ISBN: 1857410173 9781857410174
OCLC Number: 32467228
Notes: On t.p.: Learning Through Landscapes Trust.
Description: 48 p., [4] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps, plan, ports. ; 30 cm.
Contents: Plants through the ages --
Introduced plants in urban areas --
Some plants from around the world --
Planning and designing your cultural garden --
Plants as food, cleaners, perfumes and medicine --
Celebrating your cultural garden --
Resources for cultural ecology --
Some plants for a cultural garden.
Responsibility: Julian Agyeman.

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A British curriculum designed to give teachers new ideas, approaches and materials for detailed activities which will allow pupils to investigate and explore the historical, geographical, ecological and often multicultural origins of many 'British' plants. The philosophy of the book is based on cultural ecology, studying the inter-relationships between plants and animals and their environments. Activities focus on plants with an emphasis on the human and cultural aspects and provides a multicultural focus for ecological work. Includes a culminating project for researching, planning, designing and celebrating a Cultural Garden in the school grounds.

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