Société Jersiaise is a local learned society founded in 1873. It studies the history, language and the antiquities of Jersey.
An area of land in Jersey and the offshore reefs. Jersey National Park does not own land itself but promotes looking after and learning about this special place. Within the boundaries of the Park you will find a variety of landscapes that host various habitats, abundant wildlife, and houses many of the Island’s heritage sites.
The only UK-wide club where 8 to 16 year olds can participate in real archaeology and discover why it matters. The Jersey branch usually meets once a month. Sessions are held at different venues with opportunities to participate in behind the scenes tours, visits to archaeological sites, specialist talks, as well as many other exciting activities.
Jersey Biodiversity Centre aims to collect Jersey’s natural history and biological records in a digital format that can be easily accessed. Jersey Biodiversity Centre use these records to highlight knowledge gaps within the Channel Island’s flora (plants) and fauna (animals). Reliable records are important when environmental decision makers are planning to safeguard our Island’s biodiversity in the future.
A charity known as BLUE that is dedicated to restoring the ocean to health by addressing overfishing, one of the world’s biggest environmental problems. BLUE’s vision is a healthy ocean forever, for everyone.
Sponsors of the Aspiring Jersey Island Geopark Visitor Centre.