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New group of “meadow makers” for Exmoor

A field of grass with very few flowers can be turned into a meadow rich in wildflowers full of bumblebees and butterflies – and all it takes is enthusiasm and a patch of land, no matter how smal
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Trainers plan to bloom and buzz East Devon and the Blackdowns

Craig Dunton (right) with harvested wildflower seeds Two new community groups for East Devon and the Blackdown Hills aim to support landowners and gardeners wishing to restore or create wildflower mea
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Beef Shorthorn – The Functional Cow at Lee Meadow

Finding the ideal suckler cow capable of ticking all the boxes for hard-pressed farmers and discerning diners is far from easy, but Lanarkshire producer Dye Clark is confident he found the answer in t
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Community conservation group celebrates 1,000 acres of restored wildflower meadow

A community wildflower conservation group established on Dartmoor in 2015 is celebrating its 1,000th acre of new or restored wildflower meadow. Inspired by the enthusiastic response from landowners an
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Hospital meadow will help both pollinators and patients

A COLLABORATION between the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust and the Airedale NHS Foundation Trust will help create a new garden and meadow at Airedale Hospital, Eastburn. As part of the Clapham-based
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Jackson Meadow restoration at Marine in Sainte-Croix spurred on by volunteers, MNR grant and contractors – Twin Cities

Neighborhood volunteers are helping restore prairie land starting Sunday with help from a $ 56,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources as well as professional help from contractor
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WSUV to replace lawn with wildflower meadow to promote pollinators

In the first week of class, Gaxiola, Bussan, and King strolled down a paved campus path and got a bird’s eye view of the low grass field along Northeast Avenue Salmon Creek that they saw. intend
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Wanstead Flats coronavirus morgue will make way for a meadow

A temporary London mortuary used to store bodies during the height of the coronavirus pandemic is being dismantled to make way for new wildflower habitat. The site, opened in April at Wanstead Flats i
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grough – New shorts help visitors to Westmorland Dales identify meadow wildflowers

Bob smith, EditorThursday August 13, 2020 15:54 GMTNo further updates have been made Films Help Outdoor Enthusiasts Identify Common Meadow Flowers Can you distinguish a melancholy thistle from a commo
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Temporary morgue to be transformed into wildflower meadow in tribute to Covid-19 victims

A temporary mortuary will be turned into a wildflower meadow in honor of those who died during the pandemic. The Wanstead Flats site in east London, one of six emergency morgues to be erected at the h
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