Description

What: Changing management of public open spaces increases biodiversity and flood alleviation.

How: Managing grass so that it's cut less often reduces carbon emissions from the machinery used.

Carbon Saving not yet quantified

Further Information: Annual botanical surveys are taken to monitor the wildflowers in Miles Marling Field Meadow

Solutions

  • Solution: Nature, Conservation & Environment > Species Conservation > Habitat Conservation > Plant Habitats
  • Solution: Nature, Conservation & Environment > Species Conservation > Habitat Conservation > Insect Habitats
  • Solution: Nature, Conservation & Environment > Species Conservation > Transforming Habitats > Rewilding

Contacts

Lead Group: Nailsworth Town Council

Contact Name: Katherine Kearns

Contact Email: clerk@nailsworthtowncouncil.gov.uk

Contact Phone: 01453833592

Partner Groups Role:

Related Initiatives: Stroud Valley Project

Location

Postcode: GL6 0TL

Locality: Nailsworth, Nailsworth, Stroud, Gloucestershire, South West

Initiative Created:

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