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Competition: Win a Wildlife Law UK Course!

in Environmental and Animals Blog, Motivational & Quotes on August 28, 2015 . 0 Comments.

Last month we announced the launch of our brand new UK Wildlife Law course.  This fascinating short course is an excellent primer for conservationists, farmers anyone with an interest in or need to know how the law in the UK effects the interaction of people and the environment.

In celebration of this, we’re hosting a competition to give away three free courses to new and current students of ADL!  But of course to be eligible you’ll have to do something first (Oh yes!)

We want to hear about the conservation efforts you’re involved in.  Whether it’s rescuing wounded hedgehogs, restoring prime natural habitat or one of a hundred other environmental or conservation causes, we want to know about it. 

In a hundred words or less, tell us about your cause or charity.  We’re interested in everything from small one-person personal efforts up to full-fledged organisations working to preserve the countryside and the creatures who live in it. 

Email your entry to info@adlhomestudy.com with the subject headed WILDLIFE LAW COMPETITION ENTRY.   The best three entries, as chosen by us will win a free course for themselves or their nominated cause. 

 

 

Tags: Wildlife, ConservationLast update: September 19, 2017

 


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