MEEN runs a variety of funded projects working with schools, their communities and partners from the network. MEEN aims to create innovative projects which include intergenerational opportunities for learning.
Here are links to some of our projects, starting with the most recent:
No time to waste
Becoming Sustainable Schools - a research project
Youth Action on climate change
Save Our Soils
Four Nations Education for Sustainability Conference
Greater Manchester Growing Schools Hub
Forest Gardens for East Manchester
Workshops for Wildlife
Wangari Maathai Peace Groves
Our Environment, Our Heritage
Gaining Access to Learning Outside the Classroom
Tackling Nature Deficit Disorder
We would like to thank all the funders who have generously supported these projects.
Current funders include:
Recycle for Greater Manchester, Suez and the Greater Manchester Environment Fund for the No Time to Waste project.
The Postcode Lottery Trust who supported the Youth Action on Climate Change project.
Previous funders include:
Paul Simon (yes, the Paul Simon!); Garfield Weston; LUSH; Awards for All; The Heritage Lottery; Postcode Local Trust; Manchester City Council; Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens; Ernest Cook Trust; The Equitable Charitable Trust, The Co-operative; Eastlands Housing, Community First, NUT and UNISON.
Please contact MEEN if you would like more information about any of our previous or current projects, by emailing Raichael Lock on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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