“I had the best experience with Froglife. I am so happy I got to explore the outdoors and learn new things about nature. It has made me less stressed about my exams. I feel confident outdoors and in my ability to find new outdoor activities more independently.”
Green Pathways is part of Froglife Trust, a wildlife charity committed to the conservation of amphibians and reptiles and saving the habitats they depend on. This national charity has a base in Peterborough and you can find out more about Froglife Peterborough here.
These are led by the young people who are participating, working as part of a team to achieve an outcome with wildlife and community benefits. They are involved in the process of planning and completing a project in an outdoor community setting such as a nature reserve or community garden.
Froglife also offer one-off sessions in the school holidays. These workshops are based in outdoor community settings such as a nature reserve or community garden.
Activities are chosen by the young people participants to support their interests and can consist of a wide array of activities in conservation, art or learning activities, such as pond dipping, painting a wildlife mural and species surveys.