|Photo: Proof of concept CC0 T.MacKinnon|
Our community here at Warwick is an amazingly fertile place for learning. Learning can happen in unexpected places though, not just in lecture theatres and organised classes. The open spaces between the formal spaces are just as likely to support the growth of minds and foster new and exciting collaborations. Even when the going is tough and the conditions may not seem to support life let alone growth.hoping some of our #wihea #knowhow students will join @WarwickVol on Sat for wildflower sowing, metaphor for project https://t.co/eFV9bTxOHQ— Teresa MacKinnon (@WarwickLanguage) May 2, 2017
Wildflowers support a whole ecosystem which in turn supports human life. They have never been more important, just as open practice is vital to sustain teaching for the future.