It’s a new year in the garden and on the allotment, with plenty to keep Sue Bradley busy as she seeks solace from seasonal sniffles.
Nicola Simpson, Urban Wildlife Manager for GWT, talks about how her team's urban education work helped an area blighted by anti-social behaviour and fly tipping transform into a haven for the…
An insight into why, cutting down trees might not necessarily be a bad thing..
Dr. Gareth Parry addresses the importance of Gloucestershire's woodlands and encourages us to think about where we plant new trees, could they affect the ecosystem around them?
Want to help make a difference to hedgehogs in your area? Find out the best ways to help our spikey friends and help them have a warm and comfortable winter.
September brings an abundance of fruit and vegetables on Sue Bradley’s allotment, along with a plethora of opportunist weeds.
The loss of plants, animals and other organisms with which we share our planet is quite rightly a hot topic. Preventing extinction is often the main driver of conservation policy and funding.
The crops keep coming on Sue Bradley’s wildlife-friendly allotment but she’s got one or two tricks up her sleeve for preserving fruit and vegetable gluts.
Our hedgehog blog is guest written by one of our community surveyors this month; just how do you know if you have hedgehogs in the garden?
July is here and the month has begun with a welcome warm spell: perfect weather for Sue to get on with the summer harvest.