Field Studies Council

Field Studies Council

The Field Studies Council (FSC) is an educational charity based in the UK. It opened its first Field Centre in 1947 at Flatford Mill, and now operates 17 Field Centres in various locations in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland offering both residential and non-residential field courses. It also publishes fold-out charts and the AIDGAP series of identification guides. The FSC also has an active international projects unit, FSCEE that provides education for sustainability training in over 30 countries

Field Studies Centres

* Amersham
* Brockhole (in partnership with the Lake District National Park Authority)
* Blencathra (in partnership with the Lake District National Park Authority)
* Castle Head
* Dale Fort
* Derrygonnelly (in partnership with Derrygonnelly and District Community Enterprises)
* Epping Forest (managed on behalf of the City of London Corporation)
* Flatford Mill
* Juniper Hall
* Kindrogan (in partnership with the Scottish Field Studies Association)
* Malham Tarn
* Margam Park (in partnership with Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council)
* Nettlecombe Court
* Orielton
* Preston Montford
* Rhyd-y-creuau
* Slapton Ley

External links

* [http://www.field-studies-council.org/index.aspx Field Studies Council]
* [http://www.field-studies-council.org/publications/index.aspx FSC Publications]


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