McDonald, Dawn
September 2010
Interpretation Journal;Autumn2010, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p14
The article focuses on various programs by the National Trust (NT) with the promotion of community involvement to reduce the effect of climatic change on gardens in Great Britain. It highlights the "Outdoor Programme" under the partnership of Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank, which allows the contribution of greener gardening to help achieve sustainability. "A Plant in Time" interactive exhibition was organized to change the people's behavior on the environment by having a tour on NT gardens.


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