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Corporate sponsorship

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welcome support from Oxfordshire based companies. We have a wide range of projects and costs that would suite a wide range of organisations.  If you would like more information please get in touch with Camilla Burrow.

Projects

Wild Oxfordshire hosted the ground breaking Natural Flood Management project since 2016. Trialling a natural approach to flood prevention, through inline ponds and field bunds in west Oxfordshire.

 Natural Flood Management Project, cost to Wild Oxfordshire £20-£25,000 pa. Brought over £800,000 of additional funding to the catchment. Funding is  spent on reducing flooding and improving biodiversity.

Virtual training and conferences, last year we welcomed over 400 people to – Butterfly identification, Oxfordshire Catchment Conference, our Annual Lecture, Community Groups Conference.  Sponsorship can range from £200 -£5,000

Corporate support

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We welcome support from Oxfordshire based companies. We have a wide range of projects and costs that would suite a wide range of organisations.  If you would like more information please get in touch with Camilla Burrow.

Projects

Wild Oxfordshire hosted the ground breaking Natural Flood Management project since 2016. Trialling a natural approach to flood prevention, through inline ponds and field bunds in west Oxfordshire.

 Natural Flood Management Project, cost to Wild Oxfordshire £20-£25,000 pa. Brought over £800,000 of additional funding to the catchment. Funding is  spent on reducing flooding and improving biodiversity.

Environmental news, information and training – the email Environmental Bulletin reaches 1,700 individuals. We produce other education and training materials including our bi-annual newsletter, Nature Recovery Report and Bee leaflets.

virtual training and conferences, last year we welcomed over 400 people to – Butterfly identification, Oxfordshire Catchment Conference, our Annual Lecture, Community Groups Conference.

Sponsorship can range from £200 -£5,000.

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Oxfordshire is South East England’s most rural county. Over 70% of the land is pastoral, providing potentially rich and diverse habitats for wildlife to thrive. For over 20 years Wild Oxfordshire has brought people together to keep conservation at the heart of the county’s progress.

Wild Oxfordshire has the experience and knowledge to participate in key decision-making initiatives. It works to promote effective partnerships with the many organisations  which have a stake in Oxfordshire’s changing countryside and its continued economic growth.