Common By Nature at the UK Blog Awards 2019

I’m thrilled to announce that Common By Nature has been nominated for the latest round of the UK Blog Awards!  It is a privilege to find myself competing in a category jam-packed with the best and brightest environmental writers and bloggers in the UK today, and I would like to thank each and every personContinue reading “Common By Nature at the UK Blog Awards 2019”

Brownsea Island, a guest post by Frances Jones

Frances was brought up in Shropshire. She writes about country walks, urban gardens and the wildness that can be found on the doorstep. A music teacher by training, Frances currently volunteers part-time at Chelsea Physic Garden. I arrived at Sandbanks in the early evening. Despite it being June the light was fading and there wasContinue reading “Brownsea Island, a guest post by Frances Jones”

Great nature blogs to follow in 2018 (Part 1)

Why not also check out my Top Conservation Twitter Accounts to Follow in 2018…. Thinking Country, by Ben Eagle Ben’s blog is fast becoming my go-to resource for unbiased, pragmatic commentary on rural issues (particularly those associated with agriculture). Hailing from a farming background and focused on promoting dialogue and thus, bridging the gap between allContinue reading “Great nature blogs to follow in 2018 (Part 1)”