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Garden, Rural, Urban
From: People's Trust for Endangered Species

Hedgerow Wildlife

Many creatures, including nesting birds, hibernating hedgehogs, dormice and other small mammals, as well as insects like beetles and butterflies, live in hedgerows. This webpage…

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Rural

Farming for the future: how agroforestry can deliver for nature and climate

Woodland Trust - policy paper - 2022 report

This paper assesses the benefits of agroforestry on a large scale on farmland in England. It considers how agroforestry systems are already being deployed, and…

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Rural
From: UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

Improving hedgerow management

Jo Staley from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology discusses why hedgerow management is important and when is the best time to cut a hedge.

Jo Staley from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology discusses why hedgerow management is important and when is the best time to cut a…

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Garden, Rural, Urban

A Hedgerow Through the Seasons

Hedgerows are precious habitats made up of native trees, shrubs, and flowers. They form a network of wildlife corridors across our landscape, providing food and shelter for insects, birds, and mammals.

A beautifully illustrated resource for Biodiversity Data Centre's All-Ireland Pollinator Plan showing which hedgerow plants flower in each season, and what animals benefit from the…

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