NatureScot shares information on The Great Scottish Squirrel Survey in this Scotland’s Nature blog post (10 October 2022). Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels is calling on people all over Scotland to explore outdoors and look out for tufted ears and bushy tails between 10-16 October (National Red Squirrel Week). Why not [...]
Interested in how an outdoor experience can help young women develop their STEM careers? Check out this article GeoGirls all shook up at Mount St. Helens geology, tech camp published August 2022, in the US publication The Columbian. Also, read how Steam Beans is demystifying nature — and science — [...]
Join this Natural History Museum Citizen Science seaweed project to monitor the effects of environmental change on Britain's sea life. Explore the seashore and record the seaweeds that you find there, at any time of year.
Keep Scotland Beautiful are offering this professional learning opportunity for educators in the West Partnership The blended delivery programme covers source to sea litter, Learning for Sustainability and Circular Economy to engage young people in STEM. Starts w/c 19th September.
Check out these informative blog posts shared by the Grow Wild news team: What leaves reveal about wildflowers Why wildflowers smell UK native plants: The meaning and the misconceptions You've sowed your wildflowers...now what?
The Field Studies Council share information on Butterfly Conservation’s Big Butterfly Count 2022. Will you be taking part in this citizen science project? Find out more about butterflies and moths and how you can encourage them in your area.
Green Space Stories is bringing together the stories of thousands of people across the UK, sharing their relationship with nature and the landscape, whether hills or mountains, lochs or beaches, woodlands or local parks. Be part of this citizen science project and share your recent memorable experience in the landscape. [...]