Diversity and Inclusion in Nature

Diversity and Inclusion in Nature In my role supporting the Nature Health Practice Network in the West of England https://www.natureandhealthpractitioners.com  I chair a special interest group on Diversity and Inclusion in Nature and Health. We have some great discussions in this group, sharing successes of our work to challenge inequality of access to health benefits …

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Children Roaming

Leaving primary school for secondary is a big change that we all remember, as life changes dramatically at this age. The 27 children in Year 6 at St Mary’s in Timsbury will soon be spreading their wings to secondary and the new horizons this brings. In symbolism of this transition, during their last term they have …

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Weather change – Culture change… the influence of climate change on culture

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] What will we do as we move towards a less stable climate, as extreme weather becomes more common?  Already we are a species divorced from the natural environment, in concert with which we spent millennia evolving. We have lost not only our intuition, instinct and responsiveness to …

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peak bluebell

The phenomenal bluebells are almost over now, and leaf cover is providing some decent shade for the hot days as well as cover on rainy days. What a great place to spend every season.


Autumn colour from Amethyst Deceiver and Russula fungi, rowan berry and elder bead jewellry, and beech leaves

June 3rd

Here are the latest antics of the baby badgers we are watching… https://vimeo.com/167713281 We’re going to be keeping an eye on this family of badgers over the coming months, so watch out for updates. So far there seem to be 5 young and no adults in the sett. They are very playful with their siblings and also …

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