Tanya St. Pierre is Cumbria Wildlife Trusts’s ‘Planting for Pollinators’ Project Manager and fosters hedgehogs in her spare time.
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Sadly, I really can't remember the last time I saw a living hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus).
We started to construct the Apple archway walk in the autumn off 2019.
Some plants tip the balance as to what is regarded as a weed/wild flower or a cultivated plant. But I think we should embrace them for their value to wildlife, and not as gardening misfits!
Hedgerows seem to hold a hidden aura of magic from the tallest to the shortest.
There's no doubt about it, wildlife gardening is a captivating subject both in theory and in practice.
Ali Morse, Water Policy Manager at The Wildlife Trusts, explores the importance of wetlands, with a focus on the benefits they bring to us, as well as wildlife – flood prevention, carbon capture…