Ryder Brow Community Allotment Society is offering a gentle gardening volunteering workshop for the over 50's. Beneficiaries will be guided in designing and creating a sensory garden, no previous experience is required. It is hoped that the attendees will be motivated for weekly visits to maintain the garden.
Communities are more powerful than they know. WWF want to ensure that voices of communities across the UK are heard inspiring and supporting people to take action in their local areas.
WWF want to find out what action they want to see, to address the climate and nature emergency in their own space or community.
The fund aims to support projects which prevent, reuse, or recycle household waste, and also reduce contamination, promote sustainable use of waste and resources, and generate wider social benefits for the communities of Greater Manchester.
The Climate Action Fund (CAF) is supporting communities across the UK to take action on climate change. These communities will demonstrate what’s possible when people lead in this work. With National Lottery funding, they’ll work together, share their learning and be active participants in a broader movement of change.
The second round of the Green Recovery Challenge Fund supports nature projects across England with funding worth up to £40m.
The Green Recovery Challenge Fund is open for applications at two grant levels:
The mission of Food Wave is to empower young people to create awareness of sustainable food, and have an influential voice in institutional decisions to achieve a fair and sustainable food system by 2030.
Right now, our natural environment is facing many challenges including climate change, pollution, biodiversity loss and urbanisation to name but a few. Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) want to hear your views to help shape Greater Manchester’s first Local Nature Recovery Plan.
Building on the learnings from Action for Conservation’s flagship Penpont Project (the world’s largest youth-led nature restoration project), they are aiming to support other youth-led land-based restoration projects over the coming years.
An exciting new six-month programme for small-medium climate and environmental organisations supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation.
The RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch is taking place on 29 - 31 January. Enjoy an hour with nature and discover the wildlife on your doorstep and join thousands of people taking part to see the drama unfold on your doorstep.
We might not be able to get together with loved ones at the moment, but you can make plans with friends and family to take part in the world’s largest wildlife survey, all from the comfort of your own homes.