End of an era
FEI is working with a number of organisations to steer forest education in Wales - For more details on the work of the FEI Welsh Steering Group please read the Terms of Reference and the minutes of the most recent meeting. Subgroups have been established to take forward actions in specific areas.
End of an era
Details of FEI application success
March FEI Bulletin
Natural Resources Wales Education team are holding what promises to be an interesting free event
Latest FEI Wales Bulletin
Latest FEI Bulletin - December 2013
Two successful project descriptions
Cardiff FEI cluster group project work
Latest FEI Wales Bulletin February 2013
a woodland photo competition
A day of woodland activities for Powys schools
200 children take part in woodland educational days in Anglesey
Torfaen skillshare session
Networking opportunity for people interested in woodland management
Skill share event
The latest bulletin from FEI Wales
Radnorshire FEI cluster group project “Bring on the Bees” has been successfully delivered to year 5 and 6 children at 8 primary schools throughout the county.
The latest FEI bulletin
The latest bulletin from FEI Wales, including updates
Caerphilly FEI willow dome project
The latest bulletin from FEI Wales including updates, news and information about courses, workshops and events, can now be downloaded from here.
Find out about the successful cluster group project bids for the February round.
The Newport Forest Education Initiative cluster group project launch.
The latest Bulletin from FEI Wales
FEI Wales Bulletin February 2013
Themed small grant for Welsh cluster groups
The latest FEI Wales Bulletin
A programme of CPD training being delivered across Wales for all Forest School leaders.
A bilingual, "how to" DVD guide to tree planting in school grounds
Exciting news for 2013 funding rounds as FEI Wales offers 100% partnership funding for project work by Welsh cluster groups!
FEI Wales Bulletin - November
Children embrace Olympic spirit with woodland fun and games throughout the summer.
Karen Clarke has been appointed as FEI Coordinator for Wales.
FEI Wales is offering a special grant of £250, which is available to all cluster groups to organise their own ‘Woodland Olympics’ during the period of the Olympic Games.
The first FEI newsletter for 2012/13 is now available
Members of the Dyfi FEI group have created a new resource pack as a way of drawing together and sharing their expertise and woodland knowledge.
Following on from the success of the International Year of the Forest grant last October, FEI Wales has agreed to offer another small grant in 2012/13 to celebrate the Olympics coming to the UK. The grant will be £250 and evry cluster in Wales will be able to claim this to fund an event themed around "Woodland Olympics".