Faiths4Change & Nature England | Tuesday 1 March 2022 | 6:30 – 8 pm | Online on Zoom
Faiths4Change and Nature England would like to invite you to a free workshop online. The workshops are for individuals and organisations across the Liverpool City Region.
This will be an initial meeting to see if a NW Nature Forum for Diverse Communities seems like a good idea. The purpose of that forum would be to bring partners together to share best practice, fundraise and deliver projects for the Nature Recovery Network.
What do diverse communities think of a NW Nature Recovery Network?
From window boxes with herbs, yard, alley or gardening for wildlife, hedgehog highways, tidying grot spots, pocket parks, local greenspace walking, tree planting, peat bog restoration, to hiking up local beauty spots. Is there interest to engage around the Nature Recovery Network from “Doorstep to Landscape”?
Faiths4Change is working alongside Natural England to try to identify what people living in the Northwest would like to see in terms of Wildlife Corridors, Wildlife protections and the development of networks. As part of this work, they would like to hear the voices of Diverse Communities that live in our region in this Zoom workshop.
- Kabeer Bostan – A qualified Hill and Moorland Leader, and has championed under-represented groups in the outdoors. He has worked on various national initiatives and has also worked at Groundwork developing his knowledge of conservation work and climate change
- Ghazala (Gaz) Koosar – Mother of three boys, has been a Scouter for over 12 years, member of the RSPB England Advisory Board and a Director of Northern Roots (Oldham) Limited and Healing Hearts and Minds CIC.
- Jenny Griggs (Natural England Inclusion Senior Adviser) – She will take them through the statutory drivers of the Nature Recovery Network and look at best practice projects for diverse communities in the North West.
If you have any queries, please contact email@example.com.