Working as the Head of Conversation, Policy and Evidence at Kent Wildlife Trust is a dream job. I coordinate the work of an amazing team of people who are helping to make the world a better place, or at least this small Kentish corner of it. If you have arrived at this blog via the Kent Wildlife Trust website, you will have seen some of the work that the Trust does, looking after nature reserves, running events, helping people find out more about wildlife and providing advice on how to protect our environment. But if you would like to find out what goes on behind the scenes, read on and I’ll introduce you to the people who work here, and follow them over the year as we strive to protect and increase Kent’s wildlife.
For three months over the summer I am travelling round the UK, visiting lots of wild places, other Wildlife Trusts and Wildlife Trust nature reserves. Follow my blog to find out more about how The Wildlife Trusts are looking after nature all around the UK.
The opinions I express here are unreservedly my own, although I hope they would not contradict the aims and objectives of the Trust. (They’re sure to let me know if they do …)