Kanika

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Windsor and Maidenhead


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Paint the halls some more!
๐Ÿ—“Wednesday 5th October 6:45pm

๐Ÿ“Boyn Grove Open Space and Play Area SL6 6JD

Group run or walk to freshen up the halls at All Saints Junior School

Amy LovellKanikaDiya SinghJess SmithLouise Tyrell
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Kanika
Kanika (she/her) signed up to a community mission.

Sat 31st Dec at 12:00pm

Tiny Forest Windsor & Maidenhead

Let's work together to launch a Tiny Forest in our area

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Amy Lovell
Kanika
Kanika (she/her) went on a community mission

Sun 25th Sep at 11:00am

Curating litter and testing the waters

Windsor and Maidenhead Report written by Kanika (she/her)

Round two of the weekend of plastic-blitzing the Thames and it's tributaries. This time Peter, Clara, Sol, Sara and Kanika joined Claire and Julian from Wild Eton Wick to continue the task from Saturday.

We began with a lesson in water testing and identifying tiny creatures in a small sample from a tributary of the Thames. Claire, the fountain of interesting information, turned six adults into little squealing children trying to pick out the little critters in the water!

Then we set off on the "litter pick with a twist". We split into teams to pick litter along the river, but not just bag it. We had to carefully identify and record each piece of trash on a double-sided sheet full of categories in tiny font. Never have we ever spent so long looking closely at garbage and getting to the bottom of it's inception! Slow but important work as it helps identify and plan for the types of interventions required in the area.

It felt like slow going but Claire was happy, so we were too. As always, we came away with new knowledge and experience from a task with Wild Eton Wick.

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Amy Lovell

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Amy Lovell
Amy Lovell (she/her)

Sun 25th Sep at 8:13pm

Sounds fascinating and really worthwhile. Well done team! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Sheila Attenborough

Sun 25th Sep at 9:01pm

Well done guys, sounds fascinating!

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