The Ulster Wildlife Trust is using a �494624 grant in partnership with St James� Community Farm and Falls Community Council to deliver a vibrant community hub at Bog Meadows Nature Reserve in west Belfast. Local people will enjoy health and well-being benefits through working with animals and growing their own food at the Farm as well as exploring learning and relaxing in their extended garden. The four-year project will strengthen social networks and skills by offering traineeships volunteering events and education programmes based around nature conservation animal husbandry and gardening.
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