Local Nature Recovery Strategy

We need your help to create a new strategy for nature recovery across Oxfordshire
Have your say on how we can improve our natural habitat
Have your say on how we can improve our natural habitat

The UK now has less than half of the plant, animal and fungal life it once had. And one in six of this country’s species are at risk of being lost.

That’s why Oxfordshire County Council needs your views to help shape Oxfordshire’s nature recovery strategy.

They're working in partnership to develop a local nature recovery strategy for the county. It will allow them to create a shared ambition of the most urgent nature recovery priorities across Oxfordshire.

They will then map out areas where actions could be taken to recover nature which are expected to increase the funding opportunities for nature recovery in these areas in the future.


Complete the survey

You can tell them about your priorities for nature and biodiversity in Oxfordshire and any nature recovery actions that you are taking or that you think are urgent for people and organisations to take. 

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Attend an event

Oxfordshire County Council are hosting events across the county between 20 February and 26 March to hear your views about priorities for nature in Oxfordshire and the actions that you think are most urgent.

Book your free tickets: