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Have you made the switch to peat-free compost? But where else hidden peat could be lurking in some of your home and garden favourites?
Conserving wild spaces for nature has been the leading way to protect biodiversity for hundreds of years. While the idea of keeping nature safe in pockets of greenery is an attractive one,…
Felicity Paris has been transforming her garden in Withington for wildlife for the last five-years. In this blog she shares what she has been up to and how local wildlife has benefitted.
My Wild City Project Officer, Hilary Wood, tells us about her wildlife-friendly allotment plot. From seedlings to slugs, cabbages to caterpillars, growing vegetables and flowers in harmony with…
Going 100 per cent peat-free is an amazing step that you can make to help support our environment and fight climate change. Here’s how to do it.
We all know that bees are under threat, but we don’t always know how to help them. Luckily, bee conservation can start in your garden and we’re here to help you learn how to garden for bees.
Communications Officer, Jenny, has just moved into a new house, but what will her new garden have in store?
Our friends at Vine House Farm share their top tips for wildlife gardening this autumn!
Wildlife-friendly gardening is such a wonderful way to support everything from bees to butterflies, lizards to ladybirds and hedgehogs to house sparrows. But unless you have also gone peat-free…