Ecology Cards – Raising Funds for Research
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We have launched our online shop with a limited edition set of Ecology Cards to help raise funds for pollinator research at the University of Sussex. Scientists based at Prof. Dave Goulson’s Lab have founded The Buzz Club, an exciting … Read More

A Local Food Web
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A while ago we were asked to create a ‘Nature Hub’ in a disused phone box in a North Oxfordshire village.  This presented an opportunity to give new life to one of Britain’s most iconic pieces of street furniture as … Read More

Triadic Ballet & The Village Hall
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We were asked recently to design an identity and logo for a new community hall at Shutford Village in North Oxfordshire. Our goal was to create a flexible design to celebrate the new building as a multifunctional, democratic space providing … Read More

Reimagining a Lost Landscape in the Year 2076
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A Collaboration with People Need Nature On the 16th and 17th June 2016 Jane King was one of a group of writers, artists, conservationists and local campaigners invited by Miles King’s environmental charity People Need Nature on a field trip … Read More

Lost & Found Meadow 2017
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In celebration of #NatonalMeadowsDay on July 1st we posted some images of the 5th year of flowering in the Lost & Found Meadow – we’ve just added to these with some late flowering knapweeds, field scabious and cranesbill. There is … Read More

Air Bee n’ Bee in a Phone Box
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Air Bee n’ Bee is a Citizen Science project devised by The Buzz Club, a new charity led by Professor Dave Goulson at the University of Sussex, to assist scientists to collect research data on pollinators. Air Bee n’ Bee aims to encourage people to … Read More

Lost & Found Meadow 2016
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2016 marks the 4th flowering of the Lost & Found mini meadow and some changes are needed. Knapweeds and Common Vetch now dominate so we need to cut earlier to encourage more diversity. So even though there are still lots of beautiful … Read More

Reimagining Lost Landscapes
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A Collaboration with People Need Nature Artists and scientists may be predisposed to different ways of thinking but they often operate in similar ways: they research their subjects, experiment, problem solve and practice their chosen disciplines exhaustively in the pursuit … Read More

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