What We Do Current Projects Project Return Operation Play Outdoor - Seeds for Change Forestry Club, Session 2 Seeds for Change Forestry Club - Session 2Tuesday 11th August 5.30pm to 7.00pm (Online, via Zoom) 'Operation Play Outdoor' is the second workshop in a series of 'Seeds for Change' forestry club activities, organised by Project Return's care-experienced steering group, 'The Catalysts'. What is the workshop all about? This workshop will be ran by Craig from the Scottish Forestry who will be able to give you tips on how to take care of your own garden or indoor forests, including those with a Seeds for Change kit. The workshop will teach us about conservation, looking at our local outdoor spaces and how we can ensure we nurture these so they continue to grow. On the theme of conservation there will be a hands on activity where participants will be able to make seed bombs allowing you to activity help your local forests. What do I need to bring with me? A sheet of paper and a pen or pencil A plant, flowers or greenery from either your house, garden or local green space or an object in your home which feels important to you Any plants or the Seeds for Change kit if you would like to show your plant's growth. How do I join this Workshop? To register for this workshop please get in touch with [email protected] and she will send you out all you need for making the seed bombs plus the secure zoom link where this workshop will take place. Contact JennyPlease note: You will need to download Zoom, which is free, in order to join the call. Please give yourself 10 minutes before our start time, to grab a cuppa and get logged in ready to start. If you need further help downloading Zoom you can check the Zoom site here: https://zoom.us/download#client_4meeting Project Return is a Staf project, led by members of its care-experienced steering group ('The Catalysts'), focused on changing how the care system understand and supports trauma. 'The Catalysts' members, alongside members of the workforce, have been meeting bi-weekly since September 2019.