Natural Environment

Come to the “Gardening for Wildlife & Climate Change” at Ely Library, Cambridgeshire between 10:00 hrs and 13:00 hrs with a talk by Clive Boase of Climate Change Gardening at 11:00 hrs. There will also be stalls giving advice on about gardening and saving water, Natural gardening in an Allotment  and information about National Clean […]

Gardening for Wildlife & Climate Change – Sat 15 June 2024 Read More »

Fiona with representatives from Mepal parish council who made the project happen Planting Party  In March a remarkable 287 Hedge & Tree saplings were planted – by an even more remarkable 40 !! wonderful volunteers   The lines of the Species Rich Hedge & Tree plants have been designed to create 2 large clearings with sheltered glades,

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Plans to plant 75 oak trees across East Cambridgeshire have reached the half way mark, thanks to support from parish councils, schools, nurseries and landowners. East Cambridgeshire District Council has received requests for 39 oak trees, as part of its campaign to mark King Charles III’s coronation and 75th birthday. And there is still time

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The November 2023 Ely Earth Cafe focused on the Importance of Wetlands and its impact on Climate Change. “Halfway between land and water, wetlands are one of nature’s little gems. Brimming with life and vital for fighting climate change, 40% of all plants and animals live and breed in wetlands and more than one billion

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