Free Range Families
Free Range Families (FRF) project is a Grow Wild-funded community conservation initiative that will will connect families – household, school, church and community – to each other by connecting them with nature. Free Range Families will focus on recording, understanding and celebrating wild nature through summer workshops, school classes & a BioBlitz, between June and September 2018. Benefits from the project will include improved community and family cohesion, social inclusion, environmental knowledge and biodiversity records.
This summer we will provide:
- 13 curriculum-based learning sessions for primary, post-primary and special schools in June and September.
- 16 summer workshops for children and adults in July and August.
- 1 BioBlitz (citizen/conservation science event/festival) 22-23 June.
If you would like more information on this please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.