Oxfordshire’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) survey - phase 1

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Tell us your ambitions, priorities, and actions for Oxfordshire’s wildlife and nature

The Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) is a new strategy designed to target actions that help nature in locations where they are most needed. The goal from these actions is to provide the best outcomes for nature and wildlife across Oxfordshire. Local Nature Recovery Strategies are expected to help join up national efforts to reverse the decline of biodiversity. (Defra 2023)

Biodiversity” is a term that refers to the variety of all life, including plants, animals, fungi, and micro-organisms. A stable and healthy variety of species provides us with everything necessary for survival, from fresh water, clean air, and climate regulation to food and medicines and much more. These benefits do not come from individual species but from a rich variety of species working together.


More information

More information about the Local Nature Recovery Strategy can be found under the ‘Documents section on this page and on our webpage.

You can read the State of Nature in Oxfordshire 2017 report, created by Wild Oxfordshire, which summarises the changes in animals, wildlife, areas of nature and how land has been used in Oxfordshire.

You can also watch videos on our webpage which introduce the Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS), if you would like to hear more about it before you start the survey.


Have your say

Within this survey you can tell us about your priorities for nature and biodiversity in Oxfordshire and any nature recovery actions that you are taking or that you think are urgent for people and organisations to take.

Where possible, please submit your response online. If you would like to view the full set of questions before you answer the survey, you can download the LNRS phase 1 survey – 20.02.24 from the ‘Documents’ section on this page.

This survey is within Phase 1 of the LNRS. (See further phases in ‘Lifecycle’ section on this page.) In Phase 1, we are asking a wide range of people about their priorities for nature (our wildlife and habitats) and any actions that you want to see people and organisations deliver across Oxfordshire. You can also tell us about actions that you are taking.

As well as the survey, we are holding 14 workshops to invite people to engage in these conversations. You can find out more about these and book your place here: Oxfordshire’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy | Eventbrite.

Tell us your ambitions, priorities, and actions for Oxfordshire’s wildlife and nature

The Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) is a new strategy designed to target actions that help nature in locations where they are most needed. The goal from these actions is to provide the best outcomes for nature and wildlife across Oxfordshire. Local Nature Recovery Strategies are expected to help join up national efforts to reverse the decline of biodiversity. (Defra 2023)

Biodiversity” is a term that refers to the variety of all life, including plants, animals, fungi, and micro-organisms. A stable and healthy variety of species provides us with everything necessary for survival, from fresh water, clean air, and climate regulation to food and medicines and much more. These benefits do not come from individual species but from a rich variety of species working together.


More information

More information about the Local Nature Recovery Strategy can be found under the ‘Documents section on this page and on our webpage.

You can read the State of Nature in Oxfordshire 2017 report, created by Wild Oxfordshire, which summarises the changes in animals, wildlife, areas of nature and how land has been used in Oxfordshire.

You can also watch videos on our webpage which introduce the Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS), if you would like to hear more about it before you start the survey.


Have your say

Within this survey you can tell us about your priorities for nature and biodiversity in Oxfordshire and any nature recovery actions that you are taking or that you think are urgent for people and organisations to take.

Where possible, please submit your response online. If you would like to view the full set of questions before you answer the survey, you can download the LNRS phase 1 survey – 20.02.24 from the ‘Documents’ section on this page.

This survey is within Phase 1 of the LNRS. (See further phases in ‘Lifecycle’ section on this page.) In Phase 1, we are asking a wide range of people about their priorities for nature (our wildlife and habitats) and any actions that you want to see people and organisations deliver across Oxfordshire. You can also tell us about actions that you are taking.

As well as the survey, we are holding 14 workshops to invite people to engage in these conversations. You can find out more about these and book your place here: Oxfordshire’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy | Eventbrite.

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    Oxfordshire’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) - actions and priorities for nature’s recovery.

    Tell us about your ambitions for Oxfordshire’s wildlife and nature.


    This survey typically takes between 10 - 20 minutes to complete depending on the detail that you wish to add.



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