Marsh and Micklefield Ranger
John’s role enables him to work with residents and community groups to create and deliver projects in urban spaces and the beautiful streams, woods and meadows we are so lucky to have in the area. The Community Ranger role is intended to benefit both the community and nature, and to help reinforce the sense of local distinctiveness, collective pride and connection to place. The main themes we are focusing on at the moment are:
Maintaining and creating more Wildflower Mini-meadows in the area.
Restoring and extending the Sculpture Trail in Gomm’s Wood.
Continuing work on the Meadow and Mini-Copse at Wrights Meadow Centre.
There may also be occasional sessions in the local woods and in the river and we are also working on a project to plant more fruit trees in the area so please keep an eye on the website and M&M Facebook page for details of upcoming events…
Get involved in caring for our environment
If you are a nature lover or just like to be outside, get in touch - there is plenty to do!
It would be great to hear your ideas and share you knowledge on this site.
Marsh and Micklefield has declared a Climate Emergency
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