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'The impact is tremendous': readers on wildflower verges

'The impact is tremendous': readers on wildflower verges
Thursday 18
18:33 2019

Catastrophic news for insect life has inspired communities and councils around the UK to take action, generating splashes of summer colour which hope to have a lasting impact. After reporting a campaign by the conservation charity Plantlife to encourage the growth and planting of flowers on UK roadside verges, we asked you to share stories from where you are. Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature' Read more Below, readers share some of their local successes, including thoughts about how leaving nature to run its course by standing back rather than taking action can help – and explain how they ...

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The Guardian : 'The impact is tremendous': readers on wildflower verges

Summary: Catastrophic news for insect life has inspired communities and councils around the UK to take action, generating splashes of summer colour which hope to have a lasting impact. After reporting a campaign by the conservation charity Plantlife to encourage the growth and planting of flowers on UK roadside verges, we ...

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