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Nature Recovery Network

Billboard designed and painted by Anne Gingell.


Welcome to the Nature Recovery Network! 

We'd love you to become a Member of NRN. It costs a mere £10 per year and gives you free access to all our survey workshops and discounted access to the events that we charge for.

Equally important, your membership pays for tools, compost, hedging etc. that enables us all to protect and restore the biodiversity of the land around us. 

If you are not ready to become a member, you can still receive our news and articles and notification of events by registering on our site or choosing Join our Mailing List on the Homepage. 

To become a member:

To become an individual Member, you must first login or register.

NB If you get our newsletter, have attended a workshop or signed up at an event you will automatically be registered. 

In this case (ie if you didn't choose a usnername yourself), your username will be your email address and an auto-generated password. To login, therefore, simply press 'forgot' password and choose a new one. 

When you are logged in, click on your name, which appears on left hand side of the blue bar at the top. Then click on:

'Profile' - go to:

'Memberships' - click on:

'Join' (blue text) - 'Ordinary member' and you will see an Application Form to complete.

Types of Membership 

Ordinary Membership costs £10 per annum, and is renewable on your anniversary of membership. Payment is by credit card only. You can choose whether your membership should be renewed automatically or not.     

Junior Membership is for school children and students, and is free. Your application must declare at which school, college or university you are at, and you must also confirm that your parent(s) or guardian(s) agree to your membership of our network. Junior membership expires when you become 23 years of age.

Associate Membership is intended for businesses, corporations, schools and other organisations. Individuals in these organisation still have to register as Users or Members as described above.

If you wish to register your organization as an Associate Member, please contact us.  

Please let is know if you are having any difficulties with joining by contacting us.

(Please see the terms and conditions of use of this site.)