Our latest project- expanding scrub habitat on the University of Sussex campus!
We’ve entered the United Nation’s Decade of Ecosystem Restoration. It’s a global effort to help nature recover, aiming to tackle the combined challenges of biodiversity loss, climate change, water supply and food security. But how can we create landscapes/ecosystems that can help us achieve it all? Nature recovery can happen in many different ways, and we think that a diversity of approaches will help us provide for the diversity of people and nature’s needs.
Find out more about the big mammals that have roamed Sussex over the last 130,000 years
Spreading the message of rewilding and conservation through play
A graphic journey through time to a more natural and wild Sussex
How can you Re-Discover your connection with nature within Brighton?
Understanding how young people can be better engaged with nature and its restoration