Our Rewilding programme creates and enhances habitats for wildlife whilst also providing natural resources to encourage organic practices on a wide range of community food growing sites.
Are you part of a Community Food Growing project?
Would you like the support of a project officer on your site?
Would you like help with a range of activities and training?
If so, then The PROSPECTS Foundation can help.
Our Rewilding programme aims to create and enhance habitats for wildlife whilst providing natural resources to encourage organic practices on a wide range of community food growing sites.
Activities can included planting fruit bushes and trees, wildflowers, organic feed borders, herbs, bog plants, making hedgehog homes, bird boxes, bug hotels, creating sensory gardens, creating butterfly friendly gardens, living willow weaving, making raised beds, a mini pond, growing vegetables, and more....
So, if you'd like to find out more, or have a site, or belong to a group that we may be able to help please get in touch with our Rewilding Officer on 07709 710204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rewilding project operates on four community sites across Hyndburn with weekly sessions held on a monthly basis.
The sites are:
GrOwING WILD, Community Allotment, Baxenden - https://www.facebook.com/GrOwINGWILDCommunityAllotment
Oakhill Park, Incredible Edible Garden, Accrington - https://www.facebook.com/groups/IncredibleediblesAccrington
Millerfold Allotment Plot 6a, off Miller Fold Avenue, Accrington - https://www.hyndburnbc.gov.uk/download-package/allotments-miller-fold-accrington/
Woodnook Community Garden, Accrington - http://accrington-eng.business-dir.co.uk/woodnook-community-garden/
Go to our Events page to find out when the next Rewilding activity session will be held: https://prospectsfoundation.org.uk/events/
To find out more or to get involved, contact Gareth - email@example.com / 07709 710204
GrOwING WILD Community Allotment
Oakhill Park Incredible Edible Garden
Woodnook Community Garden
This programme has kindly been funded by: