Wilder Community Workshops

Credit Elizabeth Dack

We have developed a new programme of workshops and activities that have been specially designed to support individuals, communities and groups acting for nature in their local area.

The programme consists of:

  • Group mechanics – topics covered include: community grants, social media, task leadership and how to set up a ‘Friends of Group’
  • Habitat focus – looking at managing, creating or restoring such habitats as ponds, meadows, woodlands and reed/sedge beds
  • Skill sharing – linking with Friends of Eaton Park coming together to help them cut their meadow
  • Practical tool use – workshops to develop skills in scything, peening and safe hand tool use
  • Species focus – including: swifts, pollinators and how to survey wildflowers
  • Community focus – a chance to take a tour with communities doing great things for wildlife
  • Planning for wildlife – webinar on how to get the best outcomes for wildlife from planning decisions where you live

Credit Elizabeth Dack
Making room for swifts in your neighbourhood , Eagle Park
Wed 06 Jul 2022
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Introduction to practical scything, Gressenhall – Environment Hub
Sat 09 Jul 2022
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Community Focus - The making of an urban oasis, Salter's Sanctuary
Sat 06 Aug 2022
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Community Focus - Sowing the seed…, Salhouse Playing Field Car Park
Fri 09 Sep 2022
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Scything in action, Eaton Park
Sat 17 Sep 2022
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Managing, restoring and creating parish and community ponds, Brisley Village Hall
Wed 21 Sep 2022
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How to create a woodland from scratch, Gressenhall - Environment Hub
Sat 24 Sep 2022
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How to grab a grant – Introduction to applying for small community grants, Poringland Community Centre
Wed 05 Oct 2022
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How to get the best outcomes for wildlife from planning decisions where you live, Online webinar
Wed 19 Oct 2022
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Getting to grips with social media
Tue 08 Nov 2022
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