Free Range Families
Free Range Families is a community conservation initiative that will will connect families - household, school, church and community - to each other by connecting them with nature.
Free Range Families will focus on recording, understanding and celebrating wild nature through school classes & two Bioblitzs, in May/June 2018 & 2019. Project benefits will include improved community and family cohesion, social inclusion, environmental knowledge and biodiversity records. We also have community volunteer days once Saturday afternoon per month - check out our website for details and directions (we're taking a break in Jul/Aug)!
Get in touch
Photos of the site
What we've been up to
|What we did||When we did it||How many people took part||Who was there|
|Second day of the Jubilee Farm Bioblitz - more walks and talks about biodiversity and farming||22/06/2019 - 09:00||300||Mixed mainly families|
|Launch of the 2019 Bioblitz - 24 hrs of walks, talks and species counting.||21/06/2019 - 17:00||40||Mixed mainly families|
|Bioblitz festival of sciene & nature: 24 hours of walk, talks, activities & citizen science with 361 species recorded||22/06/2018 - 17:00||400||Mixed ages|
|Curriculum-based lesson with Olderfleet primary school P2 class on minibeasts and where they live.||27/06/2018 - 10:00||25||Mostly families or children under 12|
|Curriculum-based lesson with Linn primary school's 2x P2 classes on invertebrates and their habitats.||22/06/2018 - 10:00||50||Mostly families or children under 12|
|Curriculum-based lesson with Olderfleet primary school P1 class on minibeasts and where they live.||15/06/2018 - 10:00||25||Mostly families or children under 12|