Community involvement is an important aspect of our conservation work. By sharing our findings with the local and wider community we hope to inform and inspire others to value and care about the wildlife on their doorstep.
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is the perfect vehicle to open conversations and highlight the links between different elements of the farm and garden ecosystem. Building knowledge through relationships with local experts, citizen scientists and wildlife charities is a cornerstone of our practice. Many of our surveys feed into national databases, adding value to the data collected as it helps to inform a greater picture of the state of wildlife in the UK today. Our conservation findings enrich both the education program and our seasonal events.