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Pollinator Workshop

Wednesday 19th July

Pollinator Workshop
Are you involved in managing your local greenspace? Come along and find out all about the importance of pollinators and how you can help to create pollinator friendly landscapes.
 

What are pollinators and why are they important?

What are the reasons for their decline?

What can we do about this locally?

This workshop is being hosted by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust in conjunction with Natural England, DEFRA, Lowland Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Local Nature Partnership, Buglife and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.

The afternoon session includes a site visit to look at examples of grassland creation and management at Toton Fields Local Nature Reserve, hosted by Broxtowe Borough Council and the Friends of Toton Fields
Join us at Greenwood Community Centre Chester Green, Toton, Nottinghamshire NG9 6LN 25th July 2017, 10am-4.30pm.

Book your free place by emailing [email protected]or call 0115 9588242.

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