Online historic gardens conservation course backed by the Gardens Trust

The Gardens Trust has officially endorsed a new course on the Conservation of Historic Gardens from online education platform Learning with Experts.

Professional gardener and historic gardens - image: pixabay
Professional gardener and historic gardens - image: pixabay

The course is delivered by tutor Dr Audrey Gerber, a professional researcher specialising in garden conservation who is also a volunteer member of Avon Gardens Trust.

The course is ideal for County Gardens Trust (CGT) members already involved in planning who want to update their knowledge but also for those who are new to the subject. It is designed for all those with an intellectual curiosity about the conservation of heritage gardens and landscapes.

Self-employed professionals can off-set the cost of the course against tax as continuing professional development (CPD). Gardens Trust members can get 20% off the course, and any others taken with Learning with Experts. 


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