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Varied environments can be found across our campus, giving students access to a wide range of wild ecosystems and wildlife. 

Across 450 acres in the heart of the Hampshire countryside, conservation management plans and wildlife-focused habitats have been put in place for students to learn from. From our recreated semi-natural grassland with chalk scrape habitat, the woodland shelterbelt, our one-hectare lake providing reed-bed environments, and the semi-natural ancient woodland (which has been designated as a Site of Importance for Conservation), our campus is in the perfect position for nature, and our students, to thrive. Our Farm Estate is also under a conservation management plan for students to be actively involved in. 

The Game and Wildlife centre on-site is a key learning environment for students, helping them develop practical industry skills.