Connecting low carbon initiatives across Stroud District

Description

What: Gardening for Wildlife in Stroud District. Create whole or sections of gardens which are designed to support all wildlife. Workshops, open gardens scheme for gardens that are created to support wildlife. Making Nature Welcome - a competition for gardens created for wildlife.

How: Workshops, open gardens, competition for wildlife gardens, information, guides on how to create features on the website. Information on where to buy pesticide free plants. Collecting pictures of wildlife found in local gardens and using these to create an easy place to identify species.

Carbon Saving not applicable

Further Information: To participate in the competition and open your garden you will need to sign up for some conditions. Pesticide and chemical free - completely in all areas of your garden. No peat composts.

Solutions

  • Theme: Nature, Conservation & Environment > Environmental Conservation
  • Theme: Influence > Engagement
  • Theme: Influence > Behaviour Change
  • Theme: Enable > Advice & Guidance
  • 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 > Habitat Conservation > Vertebrate Habitats
  • Solution: Nature, Conservation & Environment > Species Conservation > Transforming Habitats > Connecting Habitats
  • Solution: Nature, Conservation & Environment > Species Conservation > Transforming Habitats > Rewilding

Contacts

Lead Group: WildStroud

Contact Name: Chloe Cox

Contact Email: wildstroud@gmail.com

Contact Phone: 07768 742616

Partner Groups Role: Stroud Town Council, Stroud Valleys Project, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust volunteers, Stroud Nature

Location

Postcode: GL5 2HP

Locality: Stroud, Stroud Trinity, Stroud, Gloucestershire, South West

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