Recordings of webinars on land and nature, for Churches Count on Nature

During 5-13 June 2021, over 500 churches around England and Wales took part in Churches Count on Nature. This was a pilot year for a nationwide project open to all churches, run in partnership by Caring for God's Acre, A Rocha UK, the Church of England Environment Programme, and the Church in Wales. 

During Churches Count on Nature, we ran a special series of webinars on different aspects of land and nature for a church audience. 

Below, you can find individual recordings of all 12 webinars, or you can find the whole playlist on YouTube here.

You will find help with managing trees and grasslands, introductions to ecology and biological recording, pointers for outdoor worship and Eco Church, and lots of helpful examples. 

Our thanks go to all the speakers who volunteered their time to make this possible. 

 

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Overview of topics with links to webinar recordings

More info on topics and speakers

Nature and climate - twin crises, shared solutions
Forest Church
National Burialgrounds Survey
Finding our faith in trees
5 steps to good management of your churchyard or burial ground
Practical examples from Bristol Diocese of churchyards managed for nature
Blooming and Beautiful - Flower rich grasslands
Bats in Churches
Devon Living Churchyards Project
Eco Church - Land and Nature
A beginner’s guide to biodiversity and ecology
Biological recording and the Beautiful Burial Ground project
Wild flowers in front of a church. Label says Land and Nature webinar series.