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Building Community Support

Wildflower-rich habitats are amazing spaces that can improve biodiversity, store carbon and improve air quality. They provide a great service to the community by reconnecting people with nature and celebrate the local natural heritage of an area.

By bringing the community with you – taking the necessary steps of safety, communication, ‘framing’ the verge and a ‘managed for nature’ approach – you can create a wildflower-rich habitat that works for everyone.

Greater Stitchwort in green grass

Plantlife’s road verge and green space work has been generously supported by The Garfield Weston Foundation and MW Tops Wildlife Conservation Project