Lichens have been colonised almost every nook & cranny on earth & can thrive in extreme conditions & the most ancient lichen colonies estimated an incredible 9,000 years old. #WeirdandWonderfulWildlife— Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 (@SussexWildlife) January 15, 2021
📷 Andrew Holloway.
Charlotte Owen tells us more https://t.co/QBaK03VNQw pic.twitter.com/Io2S9jLMYZ
Delighted to have won the @SussexLifeSci Kroto award for my public engagement with @RewildingSussex @RewildingS @SussexWildlife Landscape Innovation Conference & @Planetary_Int on sharing young people's thoughts on #rewilding Thanks to all collaborators! https://t.co/mC3CYxNQij— Chris Sandom (@Nature_Based) January 15, 2021
Exciting news - Our 'Bike to Nature' trip with @Queensparkpsch is a finalist in the @SchoolTravelOrg 'Best School Trip' award. 🤞🤞🤞Read more about it here 👇https://t.co/X0kkjLy2xh@SussexWildlife @BikeItLucy @ScottishPower foundation pic.twitter.com/Otvgnv8UdT— BHee (@BHeetweets) January 15, 2021