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Naturetale Restoration Foundation

The aim of the Naturetale Restoration Foundation (NRF) is to improve the ability of conservation organisations in the UK to re-establish and improve species-rich lowland wild flower meadows.

We will do this by carrying out long term field trials to identify the best ways to establish specific species that have been found to be difficult to establish, and thus which often fail to become part of new meadows.

It may reasonably asked why this is worth doing, and why is a new charity needed to do it? In our view:

The Naturetale Restoration Foundation is separate to, and independent of, Naturetale Limited. Its trustees run it in accordance with the Charity Commission's Guide to corporate foundations.

The Naturetale Restoration Foundation is registered with the Charity Commission, number 1166077.

We are grateful to these organisations for their support for the Naturetale Restoration Foundation:Nick Sibbett
CIEEM
Boydens Estate AgentsWoodland TrustM&P Survey Equipment LtdBanister
Charitable Trust

The links below access documents that provide much more information about the NRF and its plans. In addition the Naturetale blog carries updates on our activities and progress.
Download The Naturetale Restoration Foundation PDF - 227kbNRF Project Plan Download Constitution of the Naturetale Restoration Foundation - 30 Dec 2015 version PDF - 193kbNRF Constitution Download NRF Registration Certificate PDF - 7.8mbNRF Charity Commission Registration

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