We are proud to partner with a range of professional and charitable organisations on a growing portfolio of projects:

Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) aims to restore the ocean to health by addressing overfishing, one of the world’s biggest environmental problems. BLUE is dedicated to creating marine reserves, restoring vital habitats and establishing models of sustainable fishing. BLUE’s mission is to see 30 per cent of the world’s ocean under effective protection by 2030.

Buglife, the Invertebrate Conservation Trust, is a charity dedicated to conservation, education, and policy change to protect insects, bugs, and invertebrates.

Buglife conducts a variety of conservation work within the UK. Their current focus is pollinators and freshwater habitats. As the only custodian of many invertebrates, action is also taken to protect endangered UK species.

Curlew Action
Curlews are Britain’s largest wading bird and a bioindicator species, which means they indicate the overall health of the environments where they live. They are a threatened species, particularly in their breeding grounds, due to poor agricultural practices, draining of wetlands, increased predation, afforestation, and climate change.

Curlew Action supports curlew recovery by advocating for conservation efforts, developing, and sharing resources for fieldworkers, and promoting wider natural history education.

London Wildlife Trust is a registered charity founded in 1981, dedicated to protecting the capital's wildlife and wild spaces, and engaging Londoners in nature through community engagement, education, access to our nature reserves and campaigning. Their role is becoming ever more important in a city facing climate change, economic recession and a growing population, where people are increasingly disconnected from their natural environment.

Project Seagrass is committed to the conservation of seagrass ecosystems and ensuring that the benefits they provide communities are sustained now and for the future.

Through education, influence, research and action, we can save seagrass.

Project Seagrass is driven to lead societal change by turning cutting-edge research into effective conservation action and education schemes, and collaborating with local communities and other stakeholders. As a dedicated team of seagrass scientists, they work to protect seagrass, and through seagrass, they support marine conservation more broadly.

The Royal Forestry Society (RFS) is the largest and longest established education charity promoting the wise management of woods in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. We also work with the Royal Scottish Forestry Society (RSFS).

The RFS and RSFS inspire passion and excellence in woodland management so that all woodlands are actively managed and valued for their social, economic, and environmental benefits.