Earth for Life have announced details of their latest outdoor wellbeing programme, Wildlife & Wellbeing based in and around Elgin, which starts on Tuesday 15th May with visits to Spynie Loch, Quarrel Wood and Lossie beach co-led by local naturalist and environmental educator, Dan Puplett.
12 places available on a first-come first-served basis and the programme is free to attend, although if participants are in receipt of SDS Earth for Life do request that they contribute for their place on the programme. Free transport is also available to each site from Elgin Library.
Earth for Life have received funding from TSI Moray’s #YouChoose participatory budget for this, and it is primarily targeted at people in recovery from drug and alcohol use.
Participants can self-refer for this using this form: Application form for EFL Wildlife & Wellbeing programme 2018 and email firstname.lastname@example.org