Read our Earth Day blog to discover the wealth of rare species living in Kent and how our Biodiversity Strategy aims to protect them and their habitats. With species disappearing at an alarming rate it has never been more important to take action for our environment.
Kent Year of Green Action provides exciting opportunities to improve the environment. This is your chance to get involved with everything you need to get started right here!
Making sure you live in an environment that is clean, useful and good for your health are important issues in the Kent Environment Strategy. Check out these bite sized chunks to see what all this means to you.
With Spring arriving, you guys can now Spring Into Action with all these wonderful Spring Walks as well as learning about the wonderful Great British Spring Clean and the 100 Year Centenary of the Forestry Commission.
There is no sight more spring-like than being greeted by carpets of woodland bluebells. These Bluebell walks are sure to delight with some of the best Bluebells in Kent!
Join Chris on one of his friendly strolls for a wander to the Bay enjoying the banter and search for seals.
This course will provide an overview of Kent’s mammals, small and large, with a focus on their ecology, reproduction biology and conservation issues. Their habitats and distribution in Kent will also be covered as well as a behind-the-scenes tour of some of our captive breeding areas.
A guided cycling trip taking you along coastlines, country lanes and historical buildings.
Short walk providing an introduction to the local geology and the fossils that can be found and explain why the landscape around East Wear Bay looks as it does.