We are fundraising to erect a polytunnel and windbreak fence to help us grow delicious food all year round on our windy Cornish site!
Plant One aims to increase canopy cover across Cornwall, the county with the lowest tree cover in the UK.
We aim to reliably shorten food supply chains and support local businesses for the people of Falmouth, Mylor, Flushing and beyond.
The Repair Generations project runs workshops to connect people in the community to creatively repair our clothes.
We aim to install a unique tidal Bell to act as a focus and raise awareness of Global Warming, Climate Change and Rising Sea Levels.
Create a carbon-neutral outdoor learning space powered by renewable energy to allow students to learn in an exciting new environment.
We are on a mission to cook, grow, and THRIVE with families in Cornwall. To boost health and wellbeing through food reducing food waste too!
To grow and produce Paulownia trees in the Uk to combat Carbon emissions and for a sustainable product of timber and Biomass.
Make a donation to this fund and we will continue to support projects that are working towards a carbon neutral Cornwall.
You can donate any amount directly to the fund below. Projects can then apply to the fund and if eligible will receive a share to make their great idea happen and help Cornwall to tackle Climate Change.
We urgently need your support to build a new seal pup hospital so we can continue our lifesaving work
Documenting Cornwall's changing climate - and the inspirational people and projects working to tackle it
Restore ancient habitat, repopulate native oysters, sustainably manage fishery, encourage responsible production, apply scientific research
Nature connection for people adversely affected by Coronavirus including carers, key workers and those who may be socially isolated
We aim to create an interactive exhibition that blurs the boundary between science and art with a sustainability twist.
To creatively engage people living with dementia, connecting them to local artists to explore a shared love of the Cornish landscape.
Penryns' community field, a place to reconnect with nature and each other, needs a borehole for water, so we can grow food for all to enjoy!
The Beach Guardian will co-ordinate voluntary beach cleans in Cornwall; collect, sort, record and reuse plastics for educational activities