“For those froglets not in the know, Green Pathways works with disadvantaged young people in Peterborough on conservation projects across the city. It grew out of Froglife’s work with young offenders, through which many young people with all sorts of challenging behaviour have benefited from practical, positive projects.
The project previously ran for 3 years finishing Spring 2011 and supported2655 young people to get outdoors, learn more about wildlife, and build their skills and confidence.
|Young people on Froglife's Green Pathways project planting up a pond|
I have only just started, but very shortly I shall be seeking sites to work at, young people to recruit and volunteers to assist, so if you think you can help please get in touch. ”
A trained teacher, Rebecca has volunteered teaching science in Guyana, in South America and once did a job involving hair-drying bumblebees! If you would like to get involved in Green Pathways or hear more about the project, why not say hello?
- You can get in touch with Rebecca by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01733 425826
- You can find out more about Green Pathways at the Froglife website here
You can help support Froglife's work engaging vulnerable young people in conservation projects by making a donation here.
Photo: Natalie Pretsell