Projects on the ground
Green Minds will create ‘wow’ spaces for nature across the city that demonstrate best practice in nature-based solutions.
The work will trial new ways of involving communities and social enterprises in co-stewardship and be supported by apprenticeships, education and engagement programmes.
Research by Plymouth University will evidence the impact of the investments on behaviours and attitudes towards nature and the creation of ‘green mindsets’.
Beaver Reintroduction at Derriford Community Park
Creating a regional destination for environmental learning
Rethinking an urban park
This project will test innovative, nature based approaches in Central Park, Plymouth’s largest park.
Green Enterprise in Devonport and Stonehouse
Enterprise is key to a thriving city and we believe there is an important role for businesses to provide nature based solutions.
Urban Rewilding in the North West Neighbourhoods
Greening grey corridors with trees and wildflowers to increase wildlife connectivity, biodiversity and climate resilience.
Nature Networks at Saltram Countryside Park
Restoring nature for people across neighbouring landholdings
Digital experiments which give nature a voice, using sensors to collect information on things like wildlife activity, species sightings, air quality, temperature and more.