Supporting over 250 schools across the British Isles.

Polli:Nation Projects

Polli:Nation has supported more than 250 schools across England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland to transform their grounds into pollinator-friendly habitats.

Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, this three-year project has engaged 260 schools across the UK in helping to prevent the decline in pollinating insects. Polli:Nation has now started to develop into new projects both in the UK and overseas.

Do you want to get involved in Polli:Nation?
Then speak to us today to talk through how the process works.

How does the project work?

Polli:Nation was a partnership project lead by LtL. Our Project partners were OPAL (Open Air Laboratories), Butterfly Conservation, Buglife, Field Studies Council, The University of Stirling, and TCV.

Whilst the main project is now finished schools and other groups can still use the resources for their own projects.

You can find more information on the work completed here.

Our international work

Polli:Nation has now spread overseas. In Italy project resources have been translated and adapted for schools to become Polli:Bright and we are working with the same team from Museo Di Storia Noaturale Della Maremma and Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, together with additional partners Saint Alban’s Church of England Primary School, Havant, The Open University and the University of Aberdeen to deliver X-Polli:Nation a cross-country project funded by National Geographic.

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