Masterclass: Attract wildlife into your garden

Wildlife in the UK is struggling. Fragmented habitats, intensive farming practices and ever expanding infrastructure means birds, mammals and insects have less and less places to live, breed and feed.

Class 1 – Wildlife Gardening – gardening with wildlife in mind and 7 ways to help wildlife

Gardens in the UK cover an area of about a fifth the size of Wales (Wildlife Gardening Forum) providing much needed habitats and connectivity for a wide range of wildlife. 

In this class, Jo will teach you 7 changes to make in your garden that can help your local wildlife thrive. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the class.

If you have any questions for Jo in advance, please email us at [email protected]

Find out more about Jo from Haven 4 Wildlife here

This is lesson 1 of a series of Wildlife Gardening classes to teach you about wildlife and how to attract it into your garden

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