Every time that you skip buying or using something, you are taking positive action for nature, and we have all been guilty of occasionally taking a little more than we need. Every product you buy or activity you take part in takes some kind of resource from the natural world, big or small. So by taking small steps to reduce what you consume, you are making a big difference that seriously adds up over time. You might even save some money along the way!
FESTIVAL OF NATURE 2022
Festival of Nature returns June 10-18!
Festival of Nature 2022 will take place from Friday 10 to Saturday 18 June. We’re thrilled to be returning to live events, and together with our Natural History Consortium partners we’ve lined up a series of nature walks & talks, family activities, and wildlife workshops. After two years developing our digital offer, we’re also bringing you a series of interactive online events for anyone in the region – or far beyond!
This year’s Festival kicks off with a brand-new Action Day on Friday 10 June, and we’ll be working residents, businesses, schools, and community groups in the region to take positive action to help their local wildlife.
Booking is now open for the 90+ events across the week, the majority are free, and all paid events have a maximum price of £5.
Make sure you are following us at @festofnature for exciting programme announcements and sneak previews.
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At Festival of Nature we are all about celebrating this beautiful, complex, awe inspiring natural world and the amazing people and organisations working tirelessly to keep it that way.
That includes you! You might not know it but you are probably already doing things everyday that are great for nature and also great for you! From saving water to growing veg, and walking to school to reusing carrier bags.
Check out our Everyday Actions hub for a whole range of downloadable activities, materials, videos and links to help you connect with nature in your neighbourhood and discover how your everyday actions can help with nature’s recovery
The Natural History Consortium is a collaboration between Avon Wildlife Trust, Bath and Northeast Somerset Council, BBC, Bristol City Council, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Defra, Forestry England, National Trust, Natural England, University of Bath, University of Bristol, University of the West of England, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, and Woodland Trust.
Registered Charity: 1123432