We are the Local Environment Group for the area around Prestwood in Buckinghamshire, including Great Missenden,
The Hampdens, The Kingshills, North Dean and Speen
We aim to protect and enhance the quality of the natural environment through the involvement of local people.
The Chilterns are renowned for their wide diversity of Natural Habitats - from chalk grasslands to ancient woodlands - from rich farmland in the valleys to poor heathland on the hilltops.
Each habitat supports its own range of Notable Species.
Follow the links above to explore the richness of our natural environment.
This comprehensive guide by Tony Marshall documents every plant that has ever been recorded in a 100-hectare area of the mid-Chiltern Hills. It is available for anyone to download free of charge.
|Activities for Children|
|Publicity & Liaison|
|Walks and Visits|
|JuniorWildlife Photo Competition 2018|
|Junior Wildlife Photo Competition 2017|
|Great Missenden Library|
|Angling Spring Wood|
|Hedges and Special Trees Project|
|Kiln Common Orchard|
|Prestwood Nature Reserve|
|Angling Spring Woodland Walk|
|Boug's Meadow History|
|Why no car park at Boug's Meadow|
|Butterfly Transect Route|
|Kiln Common Orchard Planting Plan|
|Ecological Flora of the Central Chilterns|
|Flowering Plants: Arable Land|
|Flowering Plants: Disturbed Land|
|Flowering Plants: Meadows|
|Flowering Plants: Ponds|
|Flowering Plants: Roadsides|
|Flowering Plants: Woodlands & Hedgerows|
|Grasses, Sedges & Rushes|
|Bees and Wasps|
|Mosses & Liverworts|
|Ancient Trees & Parkland|
|Heathland & Acid Grassland|
|Collings Hanger Pond|
|Kiln Corner Pond|