As the 2022/23 tree planting season gets underway, Warwickshire County Council shares its top tips for anyone wanting to plant a tree in the county.
Looking After Nature...
Looking after the wildlife in our communities and the habitats they thrive in is key to a more sustainable planet.
We can all do our little bit in our own back gardens. Take a look through our news and top tips for some ideas for home, work or school.
Learning about the natural environment is key to inspiring the next generation of conservationists too. Explore our What’s On page for talks, events and more.
Get outside as much as you can, enjoy what we have in this beautiful country and help protect it whenever possible.
Guest blog by Sally Lancaster – Generation Zero Carbon Shropshire You may have heard that bee populations are in decline, but why should we care about this? Everyone knows bees
Citizen science is when research is conducted, wholly or partly, by members of the public, who don’t need to have a science background. Citizen science is sometimes described as “public participation in scientific research”, and can have benefits
Guest article on honey and bees by Michelle D’Arcy Jewell from The Vegan Hub: I’ve had a few people suggest that if they stopped eating honey then it would cause
Local nature and wildlife groups, products and suppliers helping you support the amazing habitats and wildlife in your community.
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Wildlife talks, kids outdoor activities and a wide range of environmental events for all tastes.
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