Pond surface camera submerged
We have had to remove the pond surface camera due to increased water levels and we have also re-sited ditch cam for the same reason. This means that for the next few month we will be operating just two of our four cameras (bird feeder and ditch).
However, we have exciting ideas for re-siting the cameras when the water levels become a bit more stable which will probably be in mid March and we will alert you when we have done this.
Meanwhile, we have 15 schools and education groups signed up for 2016 and we wish everyone involved in the project and our viewers a very Happy New Year.
With a background in TV, teaching, academia (University of Sussex) and teacher training followed by the vision to create a community centre to promote the study of environmental change in Lewes, Dr John Parry has developed innovative approaches to engaging many different ages and groups at the Lewes Railway Land Local Nature Reserve for over 25 years.
He has had direct experience of environmental education policy making and has engaged students over many years with his mix of theoretical background, conceptual reach and practical experience on the ground.
As Director of the Railway Land Project he masterminded the development of the Linklater Pavilion - a purpose built, award-winning, hexagonal building that now serves as an environmental community hub from which the latest Railway Land Live! project will be run.