manchester climate monthly

Dave Bishop, MCFly’s biodiversity reporter, writes about an exciting new project.

Last year the Greater Manchester Local Records Centre (GMLRC), which is attached to the Greater Manchester Ecology Unit (GMEU), submitted a bid to the National Heritage Lottery Fund – and the bid was successful. The resulting project, which will run for three years, is called ‘From Grey to Green’ and its aim is to encourage the people of Greater Manchester to appreciate and record the wildlife around them. I think that this is a very exciting development and that FoCM [Update: Friends of Chorlton Meadows – see comment below!] should be involved as much as possible.
Initially Steve Atkins, of GMLRC, will run a taster session on Chorlton Ees – details below:Wildlife taster session – Sat 2nd June 10.30 to 12.30 at Chorlton Ees. This will be an introduction to the From Grey to Green project, explaining…

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