Bristol’s Festival of Nature promoting the conservation and preservation of natives of the countryside

The Festival of Nature – promoting the conservation and preservation of wildlife, woodland, flora and fauna in the British countryside – takes place in Bristol on 9 and 10 June.

The annual event, held on Bristol’s Harbourside, brings together over 150 environmental organisations, for a programme of interactive activities, demonstrations, talks and live music.

Highlights include a series of talks on engaging families with environmental science; remapping and reconnecting Britain’s fragmented wildlife; plastics in the ocean, empowering young women for sustainable futures; why wetlands matter; and helping Bristol waste nothing. There will also be live music, food and drink from local ethical providers and a beautiful wildlife garden from Earth Timber Stone.

This year, the Festival of Nature, which is hosted by Bristol National History Consortium, celebrates its 15th year.

For more information, visit the Festival of Nature

Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief @rosamedea

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