This is a particular specialist area of R4C work, with a significant number of the team having natural resource training and practical experience in nature conservation, heritage, farming, forestry and fisheries. We have experience at all levels, from grassroots to advising international programmes.

We have some innovative approaches to engaging people in management of natural resources and green assets, including cross-sectoral dialogue on how we value what we have. As well as framework contracts with organisations such as Environment Agency and natural Resources Wales, we regularly support HLF funded projects for Landscape Partnerships and other relevant bodies, delivering many successful Training, Access and Audience Development Plans.

Clients include:

Work Examples:

The FLOW project

Hereford Wildlife Trust

Inspiring through Adventure Conference

State of Natural Resources Report

Long Forest Action Plan

Business & Ecosystems

Riverside Market Garden

Public engagement into the value of Ecosystem Goods and Services

Community-led Catchment Management Project