Focus100We regularly feature the work of the Countryside Jobs Service, although we don’t always explore the full range of what its website has to offer.  Today’s blog looks at the CJS library of feature articles previously published in CJS Focus.  These are articles written for CJS by a range of organisations and charities.  There is information and insight here across many different areas of the countryside, conservation, wildlife sectors that has been accumulated over many years.  You will find the library here.

The features thus far in 2017 have been on:

  • New Nature, a new e-magazine
  • fundraising and promotion (in association with the Environmental Funders Network)
  • Plantlife, the charity
  • HighGround, the charity
  • volunteering (in association with Keep Britain Tidy)

Here are some of the details of what was in the fundraising and promotion feature showing the wide range of issues that are covered:

Relevant Writing, Environmental Funders Network

A day in the life of Jaanika Reinvald, Visitor Experience Assistant for the National Trust

Interview with Dawn Bebe, Co-founder & Director of Crowdfunder

Habits for successful parks innovation, Nesta

Why charities need champions, Groundwork

Take the time & reap the rewards, Mendip Hills AONB

In May 2014, there was a focus on environmental & outdoor education which was done in affiliation with NAEE.  This is a link to the Full edition and the contents are:

Lead Article: Spotlight on Environmental Education, NAEE

Teaching and learning in the real world…, University of Edinburgh

Get into LINE! (Learning In Natural Environments), Natural Connections

Why Run Events?, Kent Wildlife Trust

The Impact of Nature’s Classroom – How The Outward Bound Trust brings outdoor learning to life, The Outward Bound Trust

Bungee Jumping in the Pass of Killiecrankie, the National Trust for Scotland


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