The CRES course starts and finishes in September each year and but now is the time to have a look at what we offer. We stronly suggest booking on the course by July to allow us time to arrange a local tutor for you before the course begins. If you are interested probably the best place to look first is our CRES Certificate page. Then you might have some questions. If so go to the Contact CRES page. Then finally if you would like to apply download an Application Form and send it back to us with your payment.
CRuC, CRES and JRI invite you as a member or friend to come here to our annual FIELD DAY on Saturday, July 6th, 10.30 a.m.to 4 p.m.
In 2011 Keele University transformed attractive farm buildings on the edge of campus into a hive of organic activity, a SUSTAINABILITY HUB. Here students, community groups and professionals from related disciplines (about 1,000 visitors a month!) engage with processes and techniques which utilise local natural resources. Keele’s new Chancellor, Jonathon Porritt, says ‘Sustainability is now critical to Keele’s future success’. Further information
For Programme and booking please download the Application Form
Christian Rural and Environmental Studies (CRES) Open Day at Ripon College Cuddesdon (nr. Oxford) on Saturday February 16th 2013. 10-4.
This will be the first CRES open day since ARUK joined the consortium running the CRES course. To celebrate we have two excellent speakers:
Dr Andy Gosler (Oxford University and a member of ARUK Board) will speak on, ‘Building a new consensus for conservation’
Dr Michael Pocock (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology) will speak on his work on the horse chestnut leaf miner (photo right), putting it in a Christian context.
The event is FREE to the first 30 people who book in, and includes a cooked lunch and refreshments. Please book via Dr Martin Hodson (CRES Principal Tutor) at email@example.com