Because you focus specifically on Biodiversity, highlighting your approaches and examples at a conference or other venue in the United States might help raise the profile of Biodiversity here. I do not believe Biodiversity has as much "status" in the U.S. as it seems to in parts of Europe, in government policy or public awareness.
Our community conservation and biodiversity work includes a community garden in Maine, along with school programs and citizen science programs in five towns around our region. Perhaps we could exchange lessons for engaging citizens. https://www.kennebecestuary.org/local-garden
Wonderful. It seems like a model of your approach could be "packaged" as a practical service or kit or an online consultation that community-based conservation and biodiversity organizations (like ours) could offer.