Over two days of serous sunshine we delivered one of the largest stalls at the event and engaged with around 1200 visitors to the festival.
Author Archive | Tom Walmsley
The Environmental Education Project’s exhibit, sponsored by Clifton High School, was the biggest outside attraction at the festival and was highlighted on the program. The theme was secret training: to become Agents for Nature. The minibus exhibit showed how visitors could help terrestrial wildlife by making miniature nature reserves (see below). The caravan exhibit showed […]
BBC wildlife presenter and President of RPSB, Miranda Krestovnikoff, launched the Bristol Schools Nature Reserve at the Festival of Nature WATCH THE VIDEO
We have received some start up funds for Bristol Schools Nature Reserves, read all about it on www.BSNR.club!
Our stand at Festival of Nature is on the program under highlights! http://www.bnhc.org.uk/festival-of-nature/whos-festival-environmental-education-project/ Hope to see you at our stand, we have edible insects as treats for visitors…
“I am an Eco-Schools Local Expert, providing guidance and support to schools on their journey to getting an internationally recognised Green Flag.” They have listed a dozen individual providers, and many more organisations, across the country to date. See screen grabs below (or click here and click the drop-down to West & South West)… I […]
Tony Juniper for Wildlife Trusts…. One of the EU’s most important aspects has been the measures jointly agreed by member states ,which have led to major improvements in how we approach environmental challenges… Whatever post-Brexit arrangements are put in place, it is vital that we don’t simply avoid going backwards, but actually secure improvements for wildlife and our environment. […]