Welcome to the Website of the Nature Recovery Network (NRN). The Nature Recovery Network is a network of individuals, community groups, local businesses and councillors in Eynsham and the surrounding parishes dedicated to understanding, protecting and restoring our local nature in all its diversity. This bottom-up approach aims at connecting enthusiasts with experts and businesses and councillors all living in the same local area to enable a scaling-up of nature recovery in the face of the climate and ecological crisis.

Please feel free to browse. This is a highly interactive site and you will soon discover there are many routes to any destination. Explore the navigation buttons on the blue and the grey header bars. The NRN tree/home wlll take you safely back to the Home Page.

A good start is to look at ‘Recent News’ (found on the right on the Homepage), which shows a list of reports and articles about our NRN activities and interests over the past year or so. Click on a blue title and you will be able to read the piece and explore the links to related topics by clicking on the blue highlighted text.

Our main activities are doing Surveys and creating Habitats. We make Surveys first to see what we have, so we then can make informed decisions about any Nature Recovery Network activities suggested by NRN users and members. We have many experts in the NRN who we can tap to learn what the best practice is for any particular intervention.

You can find more about these activities by clicking on Projects in the grey Navigation header at the top of this page.  There you will find more information about what Projects are planned or underway and how you can join in.

We suggest you sign up to our mailing list, and become a User, or a Member. Click on the Login/Join on the grey Navigation header at the top of this page.

If you would like to be on our mailing list, please click on the blue button Join our Mailing List' (found in the box on the right of this page Get updates).