Take action for nature - Event resources & links

How to take action for nature

On Wednesday the 4th of October, Cynnal Cymru Members and partners joined us for, 'Why Nature is Everyone's Business.' The following links and resources were collated based on the key speaker points and attendee discussions.

For making links with voluntary or community organisations in your local area, the County Voluntary Council CVC is a good place to start. You can find your nearest CVC by visiting their website and scrolling down to the bottom of the page.

For specialist nature advice, you can contact the Local Nature Partnership Coordinator for your local authority area and find ideas for projects to support or link in with on the LNP Cymru website.

For a monthly calendar of seasonal actions you take for nature at home or at work, we have the Nature Wise Actions for All Seasons calendar.

There are also great resources for ideas on environmental volunteering, monitoring and recording, community gardens and more on the Wales Biodiversity Partnership website.

If you have any community project links, be sure to check out the Local Places for Nature scheme that provides free guidance and free ‘garden packs’  with plants, seeds and tools, to groups wanting to create and care for wildlife-friendly areas.

And finally, if you would like to learn more about ecosystems – how to understand them, talk about them and take action to protect and restore them – join one of our next Nature Wise training sessions.

Cynnal Cymru members benefit from one free training place per year on one of our our Nature Wise or Carbon Literacy open training courses.

A full event summary and round-up will be available soon.

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