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Countryside and Conservation

Countryside and Conservation

If you care about the countryside and wish to develop a range of practical skills required for working in this industry, these courses are ideal for you. Our campuses are set in acres of stunning countryside, allowing you to perfect your skills before going onto further study.

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Amazing Alumni

Noah Hall
Land Manager at Bosence Farm Community Ltd 

Noah studied FdSc Conservation and Countryside Management at Rosewarne (which has now moved across to The Eden Project) from 2014 to 2016. Following this Noah achieved a first-class (Hons) degree in Environmental Resource at Cornwall College Camborne and then completed his Masters in Conservation Management at Edge Hill University Lancashire. 

Noah is now Land Manager at Bosence Farm which is a local charity which offers residential treatment from drugs and alcohol. 

“The charity has recently developed a new horticulture project which aims to link people with nature. I enjoy my job very much, I plan my own work schedule, have the freedom to think and work creatively and the opportunity to develop new projects.” 

Noah described a typical day for him which includes, “harvesting vegetables, running a therapeutic horticulture session with residents and some habitat management which often involves both brush-cutting and grass cutting. I manage a team of eight volunteers and carry out ecological surveys throughout the year.”