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Bee kinder

Connecting people

with nature

Because people need nature & nature needs people.


Bee kinder

At Bee kinder we care about

people and wildlife.

We specialise in the following areas...

  • Behaviour change techniques to inspire and enable people to respect, protect and enjoy places managed for people and wildlife.

  • Training to help you connect people with nature and help them to care for the environment.

  • Facilitation of meetings, workshops, stakeholder consultations and youth groups, to ensure everyone has a chance to participate and have their voices heard.

  • Outdoor learning & play sessions that connect people with nature and promote wellbeing.

  • Wildlife gardening advice, design and creation, to help you care for nature in your garden, playground or local community space.


What people say

"Katherine is a rare breed in the nature conservation world - someone who understands and values the needs of people and wildlife - highly recommended."
Matthew, Steyning Downland Scheme.

"Bee kinder training provides something totally unique. In order to get the best end result for our special places we need to work with people, not against them. Katherine's training allows you to step out of yourself and examine the reasons why we think and behave the way we do, with nature at the heart. We have been using it to train our Volunteer Rangers so they can be positive ambassadors and use their skills to ensure they can communicate with visitors who come to enjoy the countryside. Totally thought provoking and we will be looking to do more trainings with Bee kinder in the future." Lauren, Mendip Hills AONB.


Contact us

We would love to hear from you.
Whether you know exactly what you need,
or you are still working it out,
contact us to discuss how we can help you connect people with nature.

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“No one will protect what they don't care about, and no one will care about what they have never experienced.”

David Attenborough