The Society was founded way back in 1881 to encourage the study of natural history in the Reading area. Our members come from all around Reading but the ‘district’ is a very general area and members come from as far afield as South Oxfordshire, Maidenhead
We have created a friendly and vibrant community at the College to ensure that students work hard, but also enjoy their time here.Education and Training
Reading FoE meetings usually take place on the second Wednesday of every month upstairs at RISC 35-39 London Street at 8pm.Events
We are working to establish an eco-education centre, combined with a hydro scheme on Caversham Weir, Reading.Events
The River Thames Society* was formed in 1962 to conserve the river for future generations and represents all river users whether they be fishermen, walkers, boat owners or just interested in its very rich history, traditions, flora and fauna.Education and Training,Places to Visit
RESCUE is a bi-annual environmental clean up event to help keep the rivers, green spaces and urban areas in and around Reading tidy. The clean up relies on the local business and voluntary community to form a ‘clean up team’ to take part.Events,Volunteering
The RSPB is the countrys largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again.Advice,Education and Training,Events,Places to Visit,Volunteering,Walks
Large organic farm on Lambourn Downs. Sheepdrove Trust supports conservation projects on the farm.Education and Training,Events,Volunteering
Voluntary work in our local area including nature recording and conservation activities.Volunteering
TRRT is a charity dedicated to improving the river and its tributaries to benefit people and nature. We take an overview of the whole of the Thames and its tributaries, as a river basin approach is needed to restore the system to full health. We work in cEvents
We collect, analyse and share geodiversity and biodiversity information in Berkshire and Oxfordshire to help people make sound decisions about how to develop and manage land sustainably and where to direct wildlife conservation work.Advice,Volunteering
We are an informal group meeting for about a dozen fungus forays each season (usually from September to late November) with an occasional spring foray. Forays are held in the beautiful woodland and grassland of the Thames Valley area: Berkshire, South OxfEducation and Training,Events,Volunteering
Teaches about the countryside at Rushall FarmEducation and Training
Bringing people together for mammal research and conservationAdvice,Education and Training
The Museum of English Rural Life houses the most comprehensive national collection of objects, books and archives relating to the history of food, farming and the countryside.Advice,Events
The Tree Council is the UK lead charity for trees, promoting their importance in a changing environment. Events,Volunteering
The UK's leading woodland conservation charity. Help us plant trees, protect woods and inspire people to enjoy the nature on their doorstep.Events,Volunteering,Funding
The T.A.B.C.G. was founded in 1988 to try and preserve habitat in the area of the Theale Gravel Pits and is involved with habitat management from creation to maintenance. The group offers a friendly atmosphere and one which welcomes new members.Volunteering
Using gardening to change livesEvents,Volunteering
Saving butterflies, moths and our environment.Volunteering

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