Tarryn Castle (CRB certified):
Has great passion and care for the natural world.
She has always had enormous interest in the micro world of mini-beasts with a fundamental understanding of the importance these creatures have in sustaining all life.
Growing up she lived and traveled with her family in New Zealand and Australia experiencing the vast beauty of nature as well as the sadness of the industrial world.
Working and volunteering with organizations such as WOOF (Working On Organic Farms in New Zealand and Australia), The Wilderness Society (Australia) and attending education events and workshops on sustainability inspired her to study Environmental Biology at Aberystwyth University of Wales, followed by a masters in Entomology.
Her interest is to pass on this knowledge in a fun and creative way to help create future generations of people who understand and care for their natural environments locally and globally.
She has been involved with a number of projects with Buglife – The Invertebrate Conservation Trust (U.K) where she has providing workshops and created education materials for local projects such as “Plymouth Buzzing”.