Here are some of the projects we are currently supporting, if you would like to get involved or even start your own project, please get in touch using the form below!
We believe the first step in creating a better future is imagining the future that you want to live in.
Over the next few months we will be developing an imagination based workshop that can be accessed by community groups, schools and businesses.
Do you have the skills to help us develop this? or would you like to sign up for a workshop?
We would like to provide the community of Salisbury a new Library of Things much like Share in Frome.
This promotes a circular economy while providing access to items that may have previously been affordable, only required for single use or impractical to store at home.
If you would like to find out more then follow the Facebook page here.
We are hoping to join the worldwide citizen science sensor community (https://sensor.community/) that promotes, amongst other things, the monitoring of small particulate air pollution (PM 2.5).
Do you have the skills, knowledge or enthusiasm required to join the air pollution monitoring team?
If you would like some more information or to sign up then please contact Richard Bolton on firstname.lastname@example.org
We were approached to help with a project which aims to help local hedgehogs who are now on the list of threatened species.
The aim is to create a hedgehog superhighway by encouraging people to cut holes in their garden fences to enable hedgehogs safe passing without the need to cross roads (and risk being squished).
Trees & Hedges
Our member groups are working with the City Council to get more planted. They should improve air quality, biodiversity, look nice or screen of something that doesn’t and eventually trap some carbon.
In the last year over 1,000 mixed native hedging was planted and over eighty native trees with all but 50 procured or funded by members. If you want to help contribute or find plants, funds, space or time to plant more or help maintain those we've just planted then please get in touch.
The next planting season starts in October!