Ambios is a group of professional environmental scientists and educators working together to assist all peoples and organisations wanting to work WITH nature.
Project LEMUR offers 9-months funded bursary placements that are supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Each trainee receives a training bursary.
Grundtvig Sharpham Sounds Workshop
13th May – 24th May 2013
In this free workshop you will use intriguing recorded sounds from the natural world in combination with spoken word to create your own sound art exhibition and performance.
EcoTrain offers volunteers the chance to gain a European perspective of ecology and environmental conservation projects in Spain, Hungary, Poland, Norway and Portugal.
Ambios is running a Leonardo Transfer of Innovation project promoting EuroGIS-GPS training.
Free 2 day training course 3-4 September 2012 (includes Free GarminMAP62 Unit*). More from email@example.com.
Find out how you can get involved in one of our projects.
A link-up with the Sector Skills Council (LANTRA), BTCV and Hereford Nature Trust has allowed us to work more closely with the National Apprenticeship Service to promote Environmental Conservation apprenticeships.
During the summer of 2011 a number of 24-hour wildlife surveys (BioBlitzs) were held at schools in Mid Devon.
Connecting Society and Science is a recurring theme in all our activities.
Ambios is a project based organisation. We work with grant funders who help us achieve our aims. See our current project activity here.
"Nothing is unique in its species, even a cosmos; though everything is unique in its own existing."
John Fowles, The Aristos.
This website has been created to help you access help and support in your environmental endeavours. What is on offer changes constantly, and can involve openings related to training, volunteering, employment, partnership and finance. Do take the time to browse through this web of opportunity. If you have ideas of your own about new activities we may be able to contribute to, please do share your aspirations with us.