Organisations in Bristol Green Capital Partnership are invited to participate in a consultation exercise for the Greater Bristol Pollinator Strategy.
11th February 2015
In 2014 seven organisations formed the Greater Bristol Pollinator Network to plan a joined-up approach to pollinator conservation in the Greater Bristol urban area. Together we have been developing plans for a Greater Bristol Pollinator Strategy and the Get Bristol Buzzing initiative to unite organisations and individuals across the city in working together towards shared aims and actions.
They would like to engage organisations and individuals with the strategy by inviting feedback on the draft version of the Greater Bristol Pollinator Strategy via an online survey. The survey will also enable them to find out about organisations and individuals with an interest in pollinator conservation as well as activities that are already underway or planned for 2015.In November 2014 Defra published a National Pollinator Strategy for England. The Greater Bristol Pollinator Network are developing a local Pollinator Strategy for the Greater Bristol urban area and will launch this in 2015, Bristol’s Green Capital year.
They are seeking feedback from individuals and all types of organisations including conservation charities, Friends of parks groups, Neighbourhood Partnerships, garden centres, businesses (both local and national) and government organisations. To participate in this consultation exercise please visit this webpage to download a copy of the draft strategy and find a link to the survey.
Please note the survey closes at 5pm on Monday 16th February.
Please do forward this email to friends and colleagues who may be interested in participating in the consultation.
Greater Bristol Pollinator Network is made up of: Avon Wildlife Trust, Bristol City Council, Bristol Friends of the Earth, Buglife, South Gloucestershire Council, University of Bristol, University of the West of England.