Eden Project bosses hope the buzz around the prospect of a new Dundee destination will bring a surge of interest in its virtual community programme.
A feasibility study is being carried out.
The original Eden Project draws a million visitors to Cornwall each year and has boosted the area’s economy by £2billion.
The Cornish site and its hallmark tropical biomes usually stage an annual community camp for people from around the country, but the pandemic has forced it online for the first time.
Now Eden officials are urging Taysiders to take up the extra spaces available.
Events will begin on October 12 and run over five weeks.
Eden said the camps are aimed at community members rather than paid professionals. They will introduce participants to a network of more than 1,000 inspiring and creative people through Zoom sessions.
Since the first community camp, 94% of people have gone on to do something in their own areas using skills or information they picked up in the programme.
Eden Project Communities Scotland manager, Sophie Bridger said: “These last few months have shown people reconnecting with their communities and supporting each other on a scale we’ve never seen before.
“This community camp is a great way to keep that community spirit going, and help people keep making a difference in their communities. We hope it sparks more community projects, more connections, and more kindness.
“Community support has been so vital in surviving the first few months of lockdown – and community support is how we’ll build back,” said Sophie.
Applications can be made at www.edenprojectcommunities.com/community-camps