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Hedge planting and growing
This hedgerow learning guide outlines the 'what', 'where', 'when', 'why' and 'how' of hedgerow and hedgerow tree planting projects, as well as providing tips on…
Hedgerow trimming for wildlife, carbon and farming
Article by Colin Clutterbuck for the National Hedge Laying Society newsletter outlining exciting and innovative way of trimming to create a hedgerow shape excellent for…
Surrey Wildlife Trust - Hedgerow Heritage Video
Hedgerow Heritage is an ambitious National Lottery Heritage funded project from Surrey Wildlife Trust that aims to inspire and teach young budding ecologists, practical conservationists…
Which interventions contribute most to the net effect of England’s agri‑environment schemes on pollination services?
A paper exploring how varying agri-environmental schemes compare with regard to the delivery of pollinator services
Does agri-environment scheme participation in England increase pollinator populations and crop pollination services?
A national-scale evaluation of the effectiveness of agri-environmental schemes on pollinator services.
Co-benefits from tree planting in a typical English agricultural landscape: Comparing the relative effectiveness of hedgerows, agroforestry and woodland creation for improving crop pollination services
A paper comparing the relative effectiveness of hedgerows, agroforestry and woodland creation for improving crop pollination services
Tipperary Dairy Farmer, John Fogarty discusses the management of hedgerows on his farm.
Tipperary Dairy Farmer, John Fogarty discusses the management of hedgerows on his farm. In spring, Bees and other pollinators need to feed on the pollen…
Hedgerows can provide key semi-natural habitat within intensively farmed landscapes, and can deliver habitat and resources for a range of important wildlife, in addition to…
Want a career in nature but don’t know where to start? The Life On The Hedge podcast is for you.
Find out how a group of young scots and designing a forest of the future
How do farmers and the general public feel about the effects that agricultural mechanisation has had on hedgerows and verges?