Wildlife needs you and your garden to help
If you have come to this website it’s probably because you already understand the impact that the massive loss of habitat (builds, roads etc.), the overuse of chemical fertilisers and pesticides are having on our wildlife. Restoring and rebuilding is going to take time and energy. We have a dream of huge sections of the Stroud District becoming nature corridors and nature reserves providing habitat that supports the life cycles of all of our wildlife. We care about everything; the midges and aphids which provide food for birds, the worms and fungi which look after our soil, we could go on and on…
Lawns to Meadows - create and maintain - Whiteshill 2 - 4 pm
Join us on September 23rd in some well-established garden meadows and find out how these are created and maintained. See a lawn which has been turned into a meadow using a mower rather than digging. Learn how to look after your meadow. Find out more
Create a wildflower meadow in your lawn Saturday 30th September 2 – 4 pm Bisley. This workshop is for people who have the time in early October to start to create their own wildflower patch in their lawn. Find out more
Joined Up Thinking for Nature - 19th September 7 - 9 pm Stroud Brewery
Come and hear about the fantastic things going on in our district, and how local organisations are collaborating on nature’s recovery. Help us explore what we can do to build on what we’ve achieved so and meet many of the amazing people who have been creating habitats in their gardens for wildlife. Find out more and join the guest list
The Stroud Urban Corridor
Wild Stroud needs your help to add 500 square metres of pollinator plants to our urban area. Volunteers are needed to grow our 30 plants from seed, nurture our baby plants, share the project in your community and add plants to your garden. Find out more and get involved or register your square metres.
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