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UniversityEducation and Training
The Berkshire Countryside Society exists to promote the understanding, appreciation and conservation of the West Berkshire coutryside by its residents and visitors and all other groups and businesses involved in its care and management.Advice,Education and Training,Events,Places to Visit,Volunteering,Walks
A forum for communication on green issues.Advice
Wild About Britain is a UK registered charity and home to hundreds of thousands of pages on British wildlife, the environment and the great outdoors.Advice
Advice for communities and landowners on managing, protecting, understanding and enhancing heritage sites in West BerkshireAdvice
Our remit is to continue to work in partnership with farmers, landowners and communities in conserving and enhancing biodiversity in West Berkshire. West Berkshire Council is funding the project as part of its ongoing commitment to biodiversity.Advice
The primary index of the physical remains of past human activity in West BerkshireAdvice
We are working with West Berkshire Council to create a Living Landscape where people and wildlife can thrive. The project area covers more than 27km2 of lowland heathland, ancient woodland, reedbeds, rivers and streams with Greenham and Crookham Commons aAdvice,Events,Places to Visit,Volunteering
Taking responsibility for protecting and encouraging wildlife in and around Ascot.Advice,Volunteering
The Windsor and Maidenhead Conservation Volunteers was founded in 1987/88 and has gone from strength to strength since then. Although there is a core group of people involved, there are many people who attend the working groups as and when they can.Volunteering
Wokingham Biodiversity Forum was founded in March 2000 initially to involve the local community in the drafting of the Wokingham Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP). The group has undertaken a variety of other projects since and is open to any residents of WokAdvice
Opportunities in Wokingham's green spacesVolunteering,Walks
Survey of veteran trees across Wokingham and surrounds, plus programme of activities.Events,Volunteering
Parish ActivitiesEvents
BBOWT's new education centre in a historic stable block, with purpose-built dipping pond, tree trail, arable fields and recently-planted orchard which includes apple, pear and cherry trees.Education and Training,Events

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