Multiple Dates Feb – March | Multiple Café Locations | Free Drop-in Style.
The Ugly Duckling Cafe, Shaftesbury – 16th March
|A chance to talk and ask questions about what the Nurturing Nature project has on offer for you. Meet the team behind this project at some lovely local cafes in the area during these upcoming drop-in style mornings.
|Multiple Dates 2023 | Online / In-Person | Free | Booking Required
|The Nurturing Nature project has now launched, with a programme of training sessions and courses that will take place through 2023. The aim of the project is to engage people with training, biodiversity monitoring, mentoring, and practical action to enhance habitats and protect biodiversity on Cranborne Chase.
|If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to identify the species around you, or to contribute to the protection of the natural world, then these training courses might be for you.
A mixture of on-site and online learning opportunities. Training will be delivered by experts from the Species Recovery Trust and Acer Ecology.
What is the training for?
The training will equip people with the skills and capability to carry out vital natural surveys on a range of species such as birds, grasses, trees, mammals, and fungi. Once training is completed, you’ll be given opportunities to join us in the field and conduct wildlife surveys.
Why are surveys important?
The more information we have about the natural world the better situated we will be to protect and enhance it. Surveys undertaken by volunteers will form a new baseline of data which can then inform priorities for action.
Please click below for the full programme and booking. Some courses further in the year will be updated with full descriptions over the coming days. If you have an questions please contact email@example.com.
|The Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership is a group of organisations working to protect and enhance the special landscape of Cranborne Chase and Chalke Valley. With Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) as the lead partner, and with support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, this 5-year partnership is working with local communities to better connect people with the landscape.