This month, St Michael's eco church welcomed children from St Michael’s School to their Bee Trail to learn all about these important pollinators.
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We should all have access to nature, but sadly, that isn't the case. Youth Council member, Hannah Lee, examines why nature needs to be for all of us.
This month, St Michael's eco church highlights some of the struggles they face when trying to make their churchyard wilder.
Genes aren't just the blueprint of our bodies - they're a vital tool in wildlife conservation. Youth Council member, Katherine, looks at how genetics can help to prevent extinction.
Youth Council member, Chris, shares some simple ways in which you and your local community can help protect your wildlife by tackling Himalayan balsam.
This month, St Michael's Eco Church has burst into bloom after No May May. Learn about some of the flowers that are thriving.
What can the UK and India learn from each other when it comes to wildlife conservation? Youth Council member Anish reflects on the state of nature in both countries from back home in Bengaluru.…
This month, St Michael's eco church is embracing Plantlife's 'No Mow May' campaign and all the benefits it brings to wildlife.
This month, St Michael's eco church is taking action for insects and delighting in the activity of spring birds.
This month, St Michael's eco church is celebrating the joys of spring, and the upcoming Easter of course.