Encourage biodiversity on council grounds

Encourage biodiversity on council grounds

Simply moving to a twice-yearly mowing and allowing much more space for areas to grow wild will increase biodiversity and habitat for insects, mammals, flora and fauna. It will also save money. Councils could be cultivating wildflower meadows instead of weedkilling and mowing so frequently. Our struggling wildlife needs to be left alone as much as possible to regenerate.


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