Trees Planted as Part of BTC’s Sustainability Drive - Bridgwater & Taunton College

RHS Level 2 Horticulture adult learners have planted trees at the Bridgwater campus as part of realising the College’s ambition to build a sustainable future.

The silver birch half standards have been grown-on by students over the past three years at the Cannington campus, being repotted as they grew, and have reached a suitable size now to be put into the ground. Andy Berry, Principal and CEO, lent a hand under the watchful eye of Emma Butler, Course Leader.

While the students were at Bridgwater, they made the most of the dry weather and also performed some general grounds and garden maintenance.

The project is contributing to the College’s drive to build sustainability into college activities, encourage biodiversity across the campuses and to deliver green skills. You can find out more about Horticulture courses at our next Cannington campus Open Day or by visiting the Horticulture pages on our website here.

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