Britta Lippiatt has worked as a Level 3 Forest School practitioner since early 2014. She has a passion for nature, working with people and creating community.
Britta's love of the countryside has a led her to a FdSc in Conservation and Countryside Management. Between her graduation in 2009 and 2014 she worked in the lovely Stroud countryside in a number of positions with Natural England and the National Trust, including as Warden in the Gloucestershire National Nature Reserves Team and as Engagement Ranger at Woodchester Park.
In 2014, after completing her Forest School certification, Britta initiated the formation of Little Owls, which was one of the county's first outdoor parent and toddler group. In May 2016, Britta decided to do Forest School more professionally and set up Nature Connections which has grown ever since, creating opportunities for people to come together to play, learn and be creative, all in and with nature.
Britta has a current DBS check, First Aid at Work qualification and training in safeguarding, risk assessment and bushcraft.