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Wildlife Gardening Forum Conferences

Forum Conferences are very popular and well attended.  Not only do they bring delegates up to speed on new findings and new ideas, but they are fun and a great way to meet and swap ideas with other wildlife gardeners.  We hold them twice every year, usually in June and November, and although most are in London, we are trying to hold some around the country to make them more accessible.


Most recent Conferences have had a special theme for part or all of the day, while the rest of the programme is taken up with talks on new ideas, field excursions or debate.

The links below will bring up the proceedings or reports from past conferences. These conference reports are accessible through the website's search bar. 

The more recent ones are fully illustrated, and in some case the files are quite large.

Wildlife and nature gardening: a European perspective
November 2016  Published shortly

Educating the next generation of wildlife gardeners 
June 2016 14mb

Forum's Tenth Anniversary Conference
November 2015 8mb

Soil Biodiversity in the Garden
June 2015 4.8mb

Citizen Science in the Garden
November 2014  1.4mb

Plants for Bugs: first look at results 
March 2014 Unpublished

Human Health and Wildlife Gardening
October 2013 Unpublished

Wildlife in Food-producing Gardens
June 2013  7.1MB

Green roofs and urban design and general topics
November 2012 13.5mb

Lawns, Biodiversity and People
June 2012 10mb

Wildlife Gardening and Communities
November 2011 3.2mb

General Conference+ Natural History Museum’s wildlife garden
June 2011  809kb

2010 Year of Biodiversity Meeting
November 2010 2.4mb

General  Conference
November 2009  373kb

Conserving plants and fungi in gardens
March 2009  340kb

General conference and workshops on delivering the Manifesto
November 2007 220kb

General conference and workshops on Forum goals
April 2006 130kb

Wildlife Gardening Forum Conferences

Forum Conferences are very popular and well attended.  Not only do they bring delegates up to speed on new findings and new ideas, but they are fun and a great way to meet and swap ideas with other wildlife gardeners.  We hold them twice every year, usually in June and November, and although most are in London, we are trying to hold some around the country to make them more accessible.


Most recent Conferences have had a special theme for part or all of the day, while the rest of the programme is taken up with talks on new ideas, field excursions or debate.

The links below will bring up the proceedings or reports from past conferences. These conference reports are accessible through the website's search bar. 

The more recent ones are fully illustrated, and in some case the files are quite large.

Wildlife and nature gardening: a European perspective
November 2016  Published shortly

Educating the next generation of wildlife gardeners 
June 2016 14mb

Forum's Tenth Anniversary Conference
November 2015 8mb

Soil Biodiversity in the Garden
June 2015 4.8mb

Citizen Science in the Garden
November 2014  1.4mb

Plants for Bugs: first look at results 
March 2014 Unpublished

Human Health and Wildlife Gardening
October 2013 Unpublished

Wildlife in Food-producing Gardens
June 2013  7.1MB

Green roofs and urban design and general topics
November 2012 13.5mb

Lawns, Biodiversity and People
June 2012 10mb

Wildlife Gardening and Communities
November 2011 3.2mb

General Conference+ Natural History Museum’s wildlife garden
June 2011  809kb

2010 Year of Biodiversity Meeting
November 2010 2.4mb

General  Conference
November 2009  373kb

Conserving plants and fungi in gardens
March 2009  340kb

General conference and workshops on delivering the Manifesto
November 2007 220kb

General conference and workshops on Forum goals
April 2006 130kb