A list of the other environmental groups in North Somerset England.
Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre
Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre (BRERC) is the central repository for biodiversity and geodiversity data for the ’West of England’ area: the same area as the former county of Avon.
The Environmental Network of North Somerset (TENONS)
The Environmental Network of North Somerset (TENONS) is a networking group, with the purpose of raising levels of awareness of environmental issues in our area.
Avon Wildlife Trust
The leading local charity working for people and wildlife from wildflower meadows to ancient woodlands, from green city corridors to reclaimed wetlands, Avon Wildlife Trust is dedicated to working with local people for local wildlife. We’re supported by over 16,000 members and look after 35 nature reserves and two visitor centres.
Bristol Naturalists’ Society
The Bristol Naturalists’ Society exists to stimulate a greater awareness of natural history and geology in the Bristol area. It is a thriving and friendly Society with something of interest for everybody, young or old, professional or amateur. It is actively involved in a long term programme of education, research and conservation. Each year its talks, trips and publications are enjoyed by hundreds of people wanting to find out more about our Natural World.
The Woodland Trust
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity. We own and care for over 1,000 woods, covering 50,000 acres (20,000 hectares), virtually all of which are open for all to visit.
Yatton & Congresbury Wildlife Action Group
YACWAG aims to establish and maintain nature reserves in the Parishes of Yatton and Congresbury for the benefit of the public, and to advance education in natural history and nature conservation.
The Forest of Avon Community Forest
The Forest of Avon Trust is the local charity for trees in and around Bristol. We strongly believe that trees make a huge contribution to our quality of life now and will be even more important in the future.
Cam Valley Wildlife Group
Cam Valley Wildlife Group is an independent, volunteer-run, wildlife group based around Midsomer Norton and Radstock. Our aims are the conservation of local biodiversity, the promoting awareness and understanding of local wildlife, and the encouraging the enjoyment of wildlife. Our activities include a varied events programme, talks, walks, field trips, workshops, social events, survey projects and practical conservation projects.
Avon Biodiversity Partnership
The Avon Biodiversity Partnership was formed in 2000 with the setting up of the steering group. It has developed since then to encompass a wide range of statutory and non-statutory bodies.