The virtual trail isn’t a route map, you’ll find those here.
The virtual trail is a treasure hunt – a sustainability hunt. We mean it to be interactive: full of information, but also collecting your experiences of doing it. Thanks to Nature’s Racers there’s an online version of our trail that’s part guidebook, part visitor book, and also a collaborative scrapbook.
There’s pins for all the trail-day locations – and loads more – for you to click on that’ll pop up pages like the one on the right with information, links, videos and images, but that also ask you for what you’ve learned, what you’re feeling, thinking, seeing, hearing, and for what you want to share with others.
We mean for it to be permanent and for all the people who do the trail to build it up over time so that anyone anywhere in the world can pop in and see how our communities are doing sustainability.
Domonic · September 11, 2022 at 9:12 pm
Congratulations to Dmytro Bojaniwskyj and his team at the Minchinhampton Climate Action Network for creating this trail. It’s been a pleasure working with Dmytro and we hope the virtual trail pages we’ve built prove useful to anyone who can’t be there on the day, or who wants to check back in over the longer term. We’re here to help anyone who genuinely wants to protect Nature – by all means get in touch. Domonic White – Nature’s Racers.
Dmytro Bojaniwskyj · September 12, 2022 at 9:20 am
Thanks Domonic! We’re as much your team as you’re in ours, it’s all about creating together. The virtual trail especially is something we’d like to keep building for years, something like Digital Stroud is an inspiration.