Nature Prize offers funding for school biodiversity projects

A new prize is offering support for schools seeking to increase access to nature, improve biodiversity, and promote climate action.

The initiative has been launched by the Let’s Go Zero campaign, which is working to support schools to go zero carbon by 2030.

Schools, nurseries, and colleges from across the UK are invited to enter for the chance to win funding to implement nature projects and bring their students “closer to nature”.

There are 25 prizes available – 10 prizes of £1,000 and 15 prizes of £200. Planting vegetables, creating outdoor learning spaces, or building bug hotels are just some of the ways schools can encourage nature in the school grounds, but schools are encouraged to be as creative as possible in their entries.

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