As a neighbourhood you can establish your own Wilderhood Watch group and create projects or launch campaigns relevant to your neighbourhood.
|Litter picking||Wilderhood Watch Streets and Buzz Stops||Every 4 weeks (next litter pick weekend of September 25th 2021)|
|Meadow and Native Daffodil Planting||Buzz Stops and gardens||Autumn (dates to be arranged)|
|Winter Hedge and Tree Planting|
Plant a Hedge project launch
St John Fisher School
The Remarkable World of Trees exhibition, St Albans museum and gallery
Friday Nov 5th 2021
October 16th, 3-5pm
Already have a neighbourhood project? We’d love your group to become part of our Wilderhood Watch network! Contact us to share your project and have it added to our website.
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Help us to turn St Albans into a wildlife friendly city, one neighbourhood project at a time!
Other Ways to Take Action
Wilderhood Watch is a supporter of the Build Back Better initiative, which is campaigning to make sure our coronavirus recovery is fair for everyone while taking care of our planet and addressing the climate emergency. Find out more and sign up on their website: www.buildbackbetteruk.org
Invest in Who Gives A Crap: 100% recycled, no-plastic packaging toilet paper + paper towels that put 50% of profits towards building toilets for those in need.
Make a donation to Wild Justice, an organisation set up by Chris Packham in February 2019 to fight for wildlife. Your donation will be used to take organisations who threaten wildlife to court.
Switch your search engine to Ecosia. “At Ecosia, we’re not only concerned with running on clean energy; we want to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to tackle climate change.”
Switch to a 100% Green energy supplier
Switch your money to an ethical, sustainable bank such as Triodes.
Take the WWF Environmental Footprint Calculator questionnaire to find out the impact your lifestyle has on the environment.
Offset your Carbon Emissions here. Better still, try to find greener transport alternatives where possible.