Through these tasks, participants are able to take part in meaningful activities to contribute to the overall running of the farm for wildlife. United Response and ROC College participants work alongside wildlife professionals who are glad to share their expertise. Group tasks often also include Ambios trainees, apprentices and other volunteers, all of whom benefit from working together – breaking down barriers and fostering mutual respect and understanding.
Ambios farms almost a quarter of the beautiful Sharpham Estate, rich in nature and history. We never take our surroundings for granted – our work is inspired by the conservation and restoration of the natural world, we share our environment with a diverse cohort of trainees and volunteers and we offer space for others to visit and experience the land for themselves.
The Sharpham Trust are stewards of the whole 550 acre site and this charity aims to reconnect people with nature, foster mindfulness and improve wellbeing. We’ve been delighted to partner with Sharpham on these goals for over 20 years as we physically work the land, host our trainees and work with the next generation of conservation professionals.
We recognise the restorative properties of the natural world and find many of the people who’ve passed through our farm community have found a sense of renewal, inspiration and improved mental health following their stay.
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