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Snake's-head fritillary annual volunteer count 2020

Now is your chance to get involved in our annual snake's-head fritillary count for 2020 which will take place at North Meadow (Wiltshire) on Friday 24th April 2020.  

Please get in touch if you would like to be added to our list of snake's-head fritillary volunteers. Email us here floodplain-meadows-project@open.ac.uk  

 

Improving biodiversity delivery through catchment working - sharing best practice across partnerships conference. CANCELLED

Friday 20th March 2020

The CaBA Biodiversity Group is hosting a conference in Birmingham on Friday 20th March to showcase and support the range of biodiversity delivery undertaken by Catchment Partnerships.

The event (free-to-attend) will consider the policy context and underlying principles around freshwater and wetland biodiversity delivery, and showcase examples of biodiversity delivery in practice, looking at projects and at specific habitats. The day will also feature workshop sessions discussing Partnerships’ current and planned biodiversity delivery, in order to
inform the future support that can be provided by the Biodiversity Working Group. Speakers are drawn from across the range of organisations involved in the CaBA movement, and the event will be of interest to Catchment and other Partnerships, organisations and individuals working in the field of freshwater and wetland biodiversity.
Bookings are now open, so please reserve your place here.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/caba-biodiversity-tickets-90592828589

 

Floodplain meadow arts and crafts competition. Details to be announced soon. Please keep and eye on this webpage for more information.

http://www.floodplainmeadows.org.uk/content/floodplain-meadow-arts-and-crafts-competition-2020 

Events at Mottey Meadows, Staffordshire, in 2020

There is a fritillary walk on 25th April and summer walk on 27th June. get along to one of the most fabulous floodplain meadows and see what the fuss is all about. More info here.