What is it all about?
Nextdoor Nature is bringing communities together to help nature flourish where they live and work! Thanks to £5 million funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Nextdoor Nature will provide people with the advice and support they need to help nature on their doorstep, and leave a lasting natural legacy in honour of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
So, whether there’s a dull, barren patch of land that could be colourful and buzzing again, or a space that could be a wild but safe area to visit or play in – the Nextdoor Nature projects will help everyone to take action for nature.
Communities working together for people and for nature
There’s already so much to celebrate – here are just a few updates from incredible communities doing wonderful things for nature and for people. Discover even more inspiration from local individuals and groups here.
Nottingham’s Arkwright Meadows Community Garden
Looking after nature in Jaywick
Rewilding in Stafford
Leave your details below and we’ll be in touch with information about how you can get involved:
We’re gearing up to get the project off the ground, so if you leave us your details we’ll be in touch to let you know more.
Can’t wait to get started?
Nature’s recovery needs to start now! We’ve got plenty of ideas that everyone can get on with, right away. And for a beautiful, wildlife-friendly and happy street, why not share some ideas with your neighbours too?
Have a question about Nextdoor Nature?
Please contact Owen Hodgkinson, Community Organising Manager at Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust at email@example.com or call 07784 226005.