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Lodge Park Grandstand, Behind the Blocked Door

Lodge Park in Gloucestershire was where the last Lord Sherborne lived before he bequeathed his Sherborne Estate to the National Trust in 1982.

It wasn’t originally meant to be a home but a place to go with your mates. 784 more words


Textile Conservation for the Masses

Alongside working on our own collection of costume and textiles, we also carry out commercial textiles conservation projects, for members of the public, and for other museums and institutions. 607 more words


Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk was the centre of Delhi after Shah Jahan moved his capital to the walled city in 1639, and before Imperial Britain built a new capital a few miles to the west in the early 20th century. 748 more words


Kids draw to conserve shorebirds

Audubon Florida and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have launched a competition for kids to celebrate Mother’s Day and to conserve beach nesting birds. 181 more words


Discovering Gold in the Greater Antilles (Part 2)

This post follows a previous piece, which you can read here.

And so we set out on an adventure of a lifetime with the underlying goal of studying a bird and using what we learned to help save that bird, while simultaneously nourishing an already burgeoning sense of local stewardship over Hispaniola’s feathered friends and the habitats they so deeply depend upon. 1,316 more words


Library Charisma

It has not been long since our last linkage out to a “library love” story. But this one is combined with a travel/journey… 366 more words


Protecting watersheds the Environmentally Conscious Robot way

How better to round out Soil and Water Conservation Week than with a story about a watershed loving robot? Here’s a story from ILF & Water Rocks! 714 more words