Online Event Links

To accompany our online series of Festival Bowland events, we've put together links to further information or films presented as part of those events, either as an opportunity to re-visit or for reference if you weren't able to join the event. 

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10th October: How to Create and Maintain Mini Meadows and Pollinator Patches

Recording from an event delivered by members of the AONB team and volunteers.

• Grow Wild have a useful resource for finding native wildflower seeds to purchase: https://www.growwilduk.com/where-get-uk-native-wildflower-seeds-plants 

23rd September: An Introduction to Rewilding and Futurescapes

Recording from an event delivered by Professor Ian Rotherham.

22nd September - A Seasonal Foraged Feast

With Dominique Ashford, Dale House.

20th September - Herbal Medicine Forage

With Danielle Kay, Medical Herbalist.

16th September: Travelleing with Romans: Lancashire's Roman Roads

Recording from an event delivered by David Ratledge.

15th September: Hidden Nature of the Ribble

Bowland Tree

Recording from an event delivered by Helen Smith, Community Engagement Officer for the Ribble Rivers Trust.

8th September: Re-establishing Black Grouse into the Bowland Fells

Recording from an event delivered by Dr Philip Warren, senior scientist with Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.

25th August: Freedom to Roam – How Industrial Lancashire shaped the British Countryside Movement 

13th August: Peat Dams & Plug Planting: restoring Bowland's Blanket Bog

22nd July: Lost Woods, Shadow Woods

Recording from an event delivered by Professor Ian Rotherham.

4th July - Hay Meadow Day

Plug plants at Beacon Fell