Ecological Literacy Board

Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

Much of what we use gets discarded when we don’t need it anymore. This installation reminds us that when we leave our litter in the Natural World, it can remain in the land long after we are gone.  To protect the place where we live, we need to reuse, recycle and repurpose.

This project was funded in collaboration with the GMPRG and the Missendens Community Board, and was guided by the Prestwood Village Association, the Great Missenden Parish Council and the Prestwood Scouts. It is located on the Prestwood Scout Hut on Prestwood Common.

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