Wildlife gardening (c) Zsuzsanna Bird
The Wildlife Trusts are collectively involved with several projects designed to reconnect people with their local wildlife and natural environment.
Here are a few of the key projects The Wildlife Trusts are involved with:
Natural Connections - This initiative will match schools with a range of organisations with sites to visit, including local nature reserves, and will enable greater numbers of school children to experience the benefits of learning in the natural environment. The Wildlife Trusts are one of the organisations involved in the initiative’s development.
Wild About Gardens - A joint project between The Wildlife Trusts and the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), Wild About Gardens offers information and advice on wildlife gardening. Visit www.wildaboutgardens.org
Big Wildlife Garden - In another joint project between The Wildlife Trusts and the RHS, gardens can be registered to help create England’s largest online ‘nature reserve’ and win an Award for their wildlife friendliness.Visit www.bwg.naturalengland.org.uk
VisitWoods - The only website where you can find almost all of the woods in the UK where you are welcome to visit. The Wildlife Trusts are pleased to be a partner in this Woodland Trust led project. Visit www.VisitWoods.org.uk
2020Vision - Our Living Landscapes initiative is a call to restore the UK's battered ecosystems - both for wildlife and people. The job of 2020VISION is to communicate to a massive audience the wide-ranging benefits of this ambitious programme of rebuilding a wildlife-rich countryside.Visit www.2020v.org
If you are interested in finding out more about any of these please contact Amanda Morgan firstname.lastname@example.org