The Agriculture Theme is to promote urban agriculture in town and cities also to create and stimulate learning for local schools and communities. This project is aims to develop, share & exchange the growing processes with schools and communities all over the world.
Brazil in Our Environment
The University of Wolverhampton has welcomed hundreds of academic visitors throughout the year to work together on exciting research and developments to help other countries.
Visitors from Brazil have made the most of their time here working with the Faculty of Science and Engineering... Professor Antonio Guerra and Maria Jorge have been working with the Univeristy since January and are currently on visit from the Federal University of Rio de Janiero (UFRJ).Read More
Australian Landcare International (ALI)
The Hanover & Wolverhampton Link Project teamed up with Australian Landcare International in Jamaica to undertake training for local land managers and students.
ALI is a non-profit organisation that aims to facilitate and support overseas communities to adopt a Landcare approach to manage and sustain their land, water and biodiversity.Read More
Woden School Project
In 2015 Woden Primary School joined up with HWLOP to create a project to teach children urban agriculture.
Because this project was a great success for both teams, HWLOP is looking to repeat this agricultural school project, which would be looking at different planting methods that will help to maintain and sustain soil and water conservation in an urban environment.Read More View Pictures
The BORASSUS Project has been instrumental in the development of the HWLOP Agricultural Projects and helping the evaluation of techniques to grow agricultural produce and simultaneously conserve soil and water
The Agricultural Projects are aimed at creating an awareness of the opportunities for urban agriculture within the urban areas.
BORASSUS Project is helping the evaluation of techniques to grow agricultural produce and simultaneously conserve soil and waterRead More