Webinars on land and nature, for Churches Count on Nature

From 4-12 June 2022, Churches Count on Nature brought local people together to discover the wildlife in their local church yard. CCoN is 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 2022, the Church of England Environment Programme ran a special series of webinars on different aspects of land and nature. All the recordings are now available below. 

Find help with biological recording, how to managing your grassland, find your faith in trees, hear from the Church Commissioners, learn about bats, oceans, growing food and faith, and far more.

Below, you can find details and recording of all 12 webinars from 2022.

You can also find the whole playlist from both 2021 and 2022 season on YouTube.

 

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Overview of topics with links to webinar recordings (click + on right to see)

More info on topics and speakers

“KNOWING YOUR ANT FROM YOUR ELDER” WHY AND HOW TO RECORD DURING CHURCHES COUNT ON NATURE
LIFE ON THE EDGE: EXPLORING THE OCEANS THROUGH SCIENCE AND FAITH
GETTING INVOLVED IN THE BATS IN CHURCHES PROJECT
ECO CHURCH - LAND
FINDING OUR FAITH IN TREES
HOW THE CHURCH COMMISSIONERS ARE MANAGING LAND FOR CLIMATE AND NATURE
BLOOMING AND BEAUTIFUL - FLOWER RICH CHURCHYARDS
THE NATURE RECOVERY NETWORK (feat. Tony Juniper)
SUSTAINING CHURCH: USING YOUR CHURCH SPACES FOR GROWING FOOD AND GROWING MISSION
URBAN HOPE - HOW TO CREATE SPACE FOR NATURE IN A SMALL SPACE
FROM GLOBAL TO LOCAL: TACKLING THE JOINT CRISES OF BIODIVERSITY LOSS AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Recordings of 2021 webinars
Wild flowers in front of a church. Label says Land and Nature webinar series.