ONCF is very grateful to Natural England for supporting the Rebuilding
Biodiversity in Oxfordshire Project to 2008. The support is subject to match
funding and we need to raise half of the total cost of the project to release
the money from Natural England.
We are waiting to hear on various bids that have gone to funding bodies.
there would be no resources to employ someone to co-ordinate the Oxfordshire BAP and progress would be severely limited. Thank you.
It is ONCF’s job to co-ordinate the BAP process, but without all the
organisations working on their projects throughout the county there would be
very little progress to speak of. Some of these projects are mentioned in the
Oxfordshire BAP, Current Activities section.
Thank you to all our partners
working hard to progress the Oxfordshire BAP.
How can you help?
Biodiversity conservation is not just the responsibility of the government,
nature conservation organisations or businesses. One of the most exciting things
about local biodiversity action planning is that there is a role for EVERYONE
to play, whether it is by doing practical conservation work on your own or with
a local team like tree planting, nest box building or digging ponds. ONCF member
organisations have lots of volunteers doing conservation work and learning conservation
skills throughout the county. If you would like to get involved with your local
conservation Community Group, please look at our Local
Groups pages or contact Cynth
telephone 01865 407034 to find out where your nearest group is.