March 11, 2022 2 min read
Charities such as Rewilding Britain (link: https://www.rewildingbritain.org.uk/) are launching large, nationwide projects to help nature recover, with the aim of replenishing our countryside with native wildlife, correcting the balance within our ecosystems and in doing so supporting the absorption of carbon, reducing the impacts of climate change and supporting the local residents.
Sounds good right? And we can do our bit too.
Many of us already know that we need to consider the contents of our green spaces. For example, it’s common knowledge that pollinators, such as bees and other insects, need a variety of plants to sustain them. Check out our previous blog post here to find out more (link to beneficial insect blog). But what else can we do in our gardens to provide a sanctuary for an amazing variety of wildlife to thrive?