Communities throughout the country are see growing interest in individuals wanting to do their part to improve their local environment whether this is generating renewable energy, cycling to work or school, composting, recycling, or growing fruit and veg. Suffolk is no different.
There are lots of active environmental groups in Suffolk who are undertaking inspiring projects in their communities, a few examples of groups include:
- Bury Water Meadows Group
- Cookpole Energy Action
- Felixstowe’s Community Nature Reserve
- Green Energy Nayland
- Greener Fram
- Greener Peasenhall and Sibton
- Greener Sax
- Lowestoft Fork to Fork
- Risby – A Wildlife Friendly Village
- The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm
- Transition Sudbury and District
- Transition Woodbridge
If you’ve been inspired to start your own environmental group, or for information on how to take your group to the next level, we have created this handy Community Environmental Groups Guide with advice and case studies to help get you started.