With so many inspiring young people around the world speaking up for the environment, it’s important to provide the space for more people to do the same here in Avon.
Do you care about the loss of wildlife and green spaces? Some people are taking matters in their own hands, acting locally to make a difference, like Ben Barker of Bedminster who helped set up BS3…
The magnificent maple of Willsbridge Valley nature reserve is a veteran tree.
Over the last few weeks I’ve held sessions at Feed Bristol, and it’s been lovely getting to know families, whilst we look for centipedes together, find icicles the size of dinner plates hidden in…
“Robin”, “blue tit”, “crow” – those are the easy ones, but what happens when the children in our lives point at a brown-coloured duck and ask us, “what’s that one?”.
Snowdrops are powerful signs of resilience. They look so delicate with their white flowers nodding bell-like on a stem, but they are tough, making their way through the frozen earth when little…
I will never forget the first night in my new house seeing a mother hedgehog and her three babies walking across my lawn.
The hornbeam gets its name from the strength of its timber - horn meaning hard, and beam being the old English word for tree.
Folly Farm nature reserve recently welcomed high-tech help on its steep slopes overlooking the Chew Valley.
I was lucky enough to be awarded a sponsored place on the Intro to Fungi ID course at the beautiful Feed Bristol site in Stapleton on the 24th and 25th of November.