Stephen Moss, naturalist, author & TV producer gives an inspiring talk to open our festival, followed by Andrew Kerr & Prof Owain Jones SEG
Basket-making workshop, make your own hedgerow basket.
Visit the Bio-blitz team sponsored by Safer Environmental, come and make a bee hotel, or purchase a pollinator plant from the nectar bar. Café available.
'Free Living Bees' by the Natural Beekeeping Trust - presented by Jonathan Powell & Simon Kellam. Sponsored by Wedmore Beauty Lounge
Reimagining the Levels – a talk on 'Trees for Water' by Kate Towers. Sponsored by The Cottage Gallery, Wedmore
A light hearted but comprehensive intro to crickets & grasshoppers. Appreciate how to tell them apart and learn more about their behaviour.
Plant ID and foraging walk with Julia Bedford – Meet outside Village Hall. Sponsored by Abbas Marquees
Talk from Andrew Kerr, The Sustainable Eel Group. Sponsored by Ben Goldsmith.
Learn about Wedmore's trees on this gentle walk with local tree enthusiast, Matt Witt.
Woodland Yoga & Healing with Sandi Gale. Sponsored by Wedmore Beauty Lounge.
Bat Talk by Paul Kennedy. Sponsored by Pretty Beautiful Boutique
Special guest speakers give this evening talk and Q&A session - kindly sponsored by Clarkson & Woods
Join us on a walk to discover these nocturnal creatures with expert Paul Kennedy from Clarkson & Woods and the Somerset Bat Group.
Be up with the lark & enjoy the early morning sounds of nature with bird expert Geoff Carss - Sponsored by Bluebird Cafe.
Join Eddie Wills for a ‘Nature Church’ service
Bird Ringing Demonstration by Aurora Gonzalo-Tarodo. Kindly sponsored by Wilder Sensing
Opening of Moth Traps with Rob Grimmond - Sponsored by Morpheus Environmental Consulting
Peat Restoration on the Levels with Lou Treneman, Natural England
Special guest Brigit Strawbridge Howard officially opens our new shelter kindly donated by the Food Forest Project.
A presentation on how to identify common local birds, their behaviour such as breeding, migration, and where they might be seen locally.
Find out why the natural world is so vital to our physical and mental wellbeing.
A Talk and Walk with Julian Hight as he shares his knowledge of our special trees. Kindly sponsored by One Green Practice.
Hugh Sexey Middle School Eco and Forest school clubs will be talking about the small steps they have taken to improve their school environment and help towards making a bigger impact in the world around them.