Check out our spring task programme: March 2015 – June 2015; lots of great work to be done!
Last spring,with the help of Karen Retra, a local permaculture teacher and native bee naturalist, I trialled a wild pollinator count citizen science event. It started off as an experiment – both of us were passionate about wild pollinators and keen to encourage people to think outside the ‘pollinators are just bees’ box. 258 more words
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Participate in events across the nation to raise awareness and identify solutions to invasive species issues at local, state, tribal, regional and national scales.
MRes thesis proposal: Spatial associations of lime kiln influence between grassland communities and soil fungal composition on a chalk grassland escarpment
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I have a fascination with very high and very low tides. Who doesn’t – they’re rare events and when they occur, things happen. Low tides are great for the naturalist; everybody’s out digging clams and exploring rarely exposed beaches and tidepools. 1,100 more words