St Nicks

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St Nicks’ Volunteer Story: Natalie Rea

We caught up with our Precious Plastic York volunteer, Natalie Rea, and asked her some nosy questions about what inspires her and how she hopes to help St Nicks make a difference. Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is Natalie Rea. I am an Earth enthusiast. Having studied Geology for my undergraduate degree, […]

Posted 20 May 2021 | Categories: Inspiration, Interview, Waste and recycling | Tags: collaboration, community, design, education, innovation, interview, plastic, precious plastic, STEM, sustainability, volunteer, volunteering, zero waste

From Mexico to the Natural History Museum – via St Nicks!

We have so enjoyed working with Ana Ilse Benavides Lahnstein, St Nicks Volunteer Environmental Education Assistant. Here she shares a bit about herself, her time at St Nicks, and her exciting new role at the Natural History Museum. Q: Tell us a bit about yourself. A: My name is Ana Ilse. Like most humans, I […]

Posted 13 July 2020 | Categories: Volunteers' diary | Tags: citizen science, education, environmental education, volunteer, volunteering