Engaging with wildlife is free for everyone and the benefits for our mental health have never been more welcome. This week we'll hear about 2 ways you and your family can engage with nature - the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch and HMWT's Wild at Home Winter Term
It's time for this year's Big Butterfly Count - Malcolm Hull of Herts and Middlesex Butterfly conservation explains. And Oxfam Fleetville manager, Elton, explains what he's been up to make the shop COVID safe, and how you can help shops like his.
Dan Fletcher from St.Albans RSPB invites you to join in this year's Big Garden Birdwatch and Jem Silverstone from St.Albans Greenpeace talks about their up coming film and campaigns they'll be pursuing this year.
In this show Amanda Yorwerth discusses working with nature in vegan gardening with Chris Thorne of Ayletts. Plus, citizen science is a fascinating way to help the natural world and we hear from Joe Gray about events teaching you how to observe and record nature at Highfield Park.
If you liked Meghan's seasonal English flowers then you'll love to hear about new local flower growers Plot 31. Plus, the People's Trust for Endangered Species is asking for your help for this year's hunt for Hertfordshire's remaining stag beetles.