- ONCF provides a one-stop shop for and any environmental questions and
queries. If we don't know the answer then we can put you in touch with someone
- Our free weekly Environmental Email Bulletin now reaches
over 1,200 people, promoting conservation news, events, walks, talks and volunteeering
- We hold regular events for our members to meet up to
learn about relevant conservation issues and to network.
- Oxfordshire Goes Wild is an amazingly successful event that takes
to the city to enthuse children about their natural environment.
"Took two grandchildren to this yesterday and
it was quite brilliant. It works so well amongst the permanent exhibits. I
was dragged from pillar to post - look at this, look at this, look at
- The Local Environment Group's Conference is to provide
training for all those conservation volunteers around the county. "As
always once groups start sharing ideas and learning new information the
buzz never stops we could spend another day just sharing ideas and
building our networks" said a delegate.
- Oxfordshire has a stunning array of habitats and species, a county
Biodiversity Project gives us a strategy so that we can prioritise work
and resources to maintain and create key Oxfordshire habitats and allows
our work to fit into a national framework.
- Since 2000 we have hosted and (usually) found funding for Oxfordshire's
Biodiversity Project and the necessary Project Manager.
- We were the first county to develop and trial a new approach that
allowed us to target habitat creation in the best places in Oxfordshire. Such
was the success of this Conservation Target Area (CTA) approach that it is now being rolled out across
- Currently we are working in 21
CTAs with the aim of delivering our County habitat targets for 2015.
Much more information on places to visit, groups to join and in depth
information on Oxfordshire's Biodiversity Project can be found on this site, please
don't hesitate to contact us if you need any other information.