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Biosphere Here E-News Bulletins

2017

  • Bulletin #34 – February 2017What makes us naturally unique?” (National Elm Collection)
  • Bulletin #33 – January 2017Looking Forwards, and tell us what you think!” (future for nature)

2016

  • Bulletin #32 – December 2016‘Tis the Season For Ever Green” (festive flora)
  • Bulletin #31 – November 2016Meet the Family! – getting the world view” (UNESCO network)
  • Bulletin #30 – October 2016Embrace the darkness (& love the light!)” (Downs dark skies)
  • Bulletin #29 – September 2016Talking the Chalk” (geology & fossils)
  • Bulletin #28 – August 2016Wildflowers of Summer” (urban wildflower areas)
  • Bulletin #27 – July 2016Swift Thinking called for” (swifts conservation)
  • Bulletin#26 – June 2016SOS – have your Say on Our Sea!” (marine management)
  • Bulletin#25 – May 2016Morning has broken…don’t miss out!” (dawn chorus birds)
  • Bulletin#24 – April 2016 “Rain Gardens to soak up April Showers” (flooding & natural solutions)
  • Bulletin #23 – March 2016 “”So long, and thanks for all the fish” – desperately seeking dolphins!”  (sea mammals)
  • Bulletin #22 – February 2016 “The Appliance of Science!” (natural sciences)
  • Bulletin #21 – January 2016 “Find our Fellow Feathered Friends!” (urban birds)

2015

  • Bulletin #20 – December 2015 “The Climes They Are a-Changin'” (climate change)
  • Bulletin #19 – November 2015 “See the Trees! (for the Woods)” (remarkable local trees)
  • Bulletin #18 – October 2015 “Nurture New Nature!” (wildlife habitat creation)
  • Bulletin #17 – September 2015 “Fruit-Full Fancies” (local apples & autumnal fruits)
  • Bulletin #16 – August 2015How does your garden grow?” (natural gardening & pollinators)
  • Bulletin #15 – July 2015Biosphere Festival & Butterfly Bonanza!” (butterflies focus)
  • Bulletin #14 – June 2015First Year of Forging a Future for our Biosphere” (Eco Technology)
  • Bulletin #13 – May 2015 “The Art of Nature” (Arts and the Environment)
  • Bulletin #12 – April 2015 “Life Down Under…the Sea!” (Marine Conservation Zones)
  • Bulletin #11 – March 2015 “Treasure in them thar hills…!” (Ground Water focus)
  • Bulletin #10 – January 2015 “A New Nature of Green Space?” (Urban ‘Green Infrastructure’)

2014

  • Bulletin #9 – December 2014 “Wild Walks & Winters Past” (outdoor activities & archaeology)
  • Bulletin #8 – October 2014 “Bee Part of the Ivy League!” (bees & ivy focus)
  • Bulletin #7 – September 2014 “Reaping Autumn’s Harvest” (foraging fun)
  • Bulletin #6 – July-August 2014 “Enjoy summertime in our new Biosphere!” (outdoor tourism)
  • News Bites – June 2014 “Yes – we’ve done it – we are now a World Biosphere site!”
  • Bulletin #5 – May 2014 “Biosphere – it’s nearly here!” (pre- UNESCO bid decision)
  • News Bites – May 2014 “May bank holiday weekend & More”
  • News Bites – April 2014 “Get Outdoors this Easter!”
  • Bulletin #4 – March 2014 “Water, water everywhere” (Freshwater focus)

2013

  • Bulletin #3 December 2013 “Boring worms & burrowing piddocks” (Marine focus)
  • Bulletin #2 – October 2013 (Woodland focus & Biosphere bid submission)
  • Bulletin #1 – July 2013 (Chalk grassland focus & Biosphere consultation summary)