Big Nature is delighted that through its work supporting and developing the Liz Williams Butterfly Haven a group of interested like minded people have got together to create the Friends of Liz Williams Butterfly Haven. You can follow what goes on there at LizWilliamsButterflyHaven (@LWButterflyH) / Twitter
We are delighted to have been able to support the work of Wildflower Lewes by supplying 1123 wildflower plugs grown from locally sources seeds by Kew at the Millennium Seed Bank. On a chilly but clear evening in November volunteers we were able to take students from Dorothy Stringer School…
Big Nature is delighted to announce the launch of Nature 2020 - a year long calendar of inspiring events to recognise the end of the International Decade of Biodiversity. Check out Nature 2020 for more information.
In 2017 the first discussions were had about doing something to celebrate the then expected International Year of Biodiversity. A group of people from a range of interested groups across the Biosphere got together and started to plan what we could do.
This event was a great success with a range of groups attending the event in the foyer of the Brighton Centre.
One of a series of videos produced to promote interest in the newly established UNESCO Brighton & Lewes Downs Biosphere.
David Bellamy gave away 500 native trees for the citizens of Brighton and Hove to promote an active interest in backyard biodiversity.
This conference was instrumental in showing the strength of concern for our local Biodiversity from which grew support for the development of Brighton and Lewes Downs Biosphere Reserve now designated by UNESCO.
Big Nature supported the running and organisation of this successful event.