Young people taking part in the ‘Our Wild Coast’ project on Anglesey have come together over the last two years to develop and deliver a community campaign engaging people with nature. After a lot of hard work we are proud to present Tyfu Mon! Funded by ‘Grow Wild’ - a national outreach initiative of Kew Gardens - this project will see us deliver 6 exciting events on our Caeau Pen-y-Clip Nature Reserve in Menai Bridge, all focussed on our amazing native wildflower species. Areas covered will range from learning how to collect wild seeds to how to create a spectacular wildlife friendly garden and ID flowers yourself.
The young people behind Tyfu Môn have a passion for nature and wildlife, and are driven to bring people together to highlight issues and inform people. One such young person is Jayke, who stated:
“I’m really interested in native wildlife species and what we can do to help those in trouble. I am worried about bees especially, and really want to do something to help. I think native wildflowers (being so pretty!) are the best way to get communities on Anglesey interested in helping plants and insects in general”.