Beyond our boundaries
We can't achieve our vision of a healthy, beautiful natural environment without the support of our neighbours, tenants and local landowners. We all need to work together to turn around the fortunes of wildlife.
There are some wonderful sites in the Cotswolds including calcareous grassland, ancient woodlands and wildlife-friendly arable land. We have the opportunity to make a difference and leave a lasting legacy for future generations to enjoy and cherish. With your help we can let nature thrive.
There are lots of ways you can get involved. Here are just a few ideas;
- Plant a hedgerow
- Create a hay meadow
- Leave a legacy or make a donation
- Restore an area of grassland
- Sow plants to provide seed for wild birds, or pollen and nectar for invertebrates
- Leave a wildlife margin around an arable field
- Planting the future generations of ancient trees
- Reduce your use of pesticides and fertilisers
- Sow crops in spring as well as autumn thst will provide food and habitats for wildlife over the winter
We want to work with you and help where we can.
We're meeting with our neighbours and other stakeholders to see how they could get involved too.
" Landscapes are being restored, special places defended and struggling species are being saved and brought back. Such successes demonstrate that if conservationists, governments, businesses and individuals all pull together, we can provide a brighter future for nature and for people."
Getting in touch
If you're interested in finding out more about the project, ways you can get involved or how we can help, we'd love to hear from you. David Armstrong is the Stroud Landscape Project Manager. You can get in touch via email or phone on 01452 814213