Over the 6 years that Incredible Edible Bristol has been working, across the 50 sites we have supported there has always been conversation around growing food with nature and providing food for pollinators, birds and other creatures who are an important part of the city’s ecosystem. TwitterFacebookemail
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Come along to this great, free event, celebrating nature at Hartcliffe City Farm.
There will be pond dipping, we’ll be searching for wild flowers and seeing what is feeding on them as well as looking for worms, insects and other animals and plants that are supporting nature at the farm. And all this will be led by our ecologist Ross!!
This is a free event but please book your place so we know how many people to roughly expect. Just click on the link below!
Bat expert Stewart Rowden will be leading a bat walk at Hartcliffe City Farm for us, telling us as we go about bats, the kind of places they like to roost and how we can support bats in urban gardens.
We’ll meet at the farm at 7pm for a hot drink and intros and the walk will commence at 7.20 sharp. Please ensure you wear warm clothes and sensible shoes as the land is wet and muddy.
To book your place just click on the link below!!
Throughout the first week in April we will be holding events at Hartcliffe City Farm, focusing on the ecology to be found on site. We’ll be looking at what birds are around, pond dipping, looking for bugs and earthworms and documenting what we find so we can work with those species to create a food growing plan that is supporting that wildlife as a part of our community.
We would love you to come and help us!! Everyone is welcome to come and join in with this great project which is being led by our ecology expert, Ross. Children and young people are very welcome but will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The activities are listed in the photo below. If you’d like to book your place on one or more of the activities drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you on the list!!