Make a wildlife lawn
A major part of helping Cumbria’s wildlife is by giving it the space to thrive. We are seeing unprecedented growth around the UK for building construction and miles of wild meadow, where local wildlife exists, being destroyed.
You can help Cumbria’s wildlife by creating a wildlife lawn. Lawn experts at Mowers Online state “wildlife lawns are cultivated specifically to welcome insects such as bees and also birds. They do not just include grass, but they include plants and flowers.”
You can plant seeds of certain plants, which you want to encourage, but one of the best bits about wildlife gardening (other than the fact that you won’t have to weed or cut a wildlife lawn) is that you will have a plethora of wildlife to admire, in a natural habitat.