Save our pollinators

We’re on a mission to help our pollinators. We do this by protecting their habitats with practical conservation and by monitoring their numbers.

Want to join us? Here’s how:

  • Use pollinator-friendly plants in your garden – the type that bees and butterflies love
  • Choose a mixture of plants that flower throughout spring, summer and autumn
  • Leave areas of your garden wild and keep dead wood for nesting insects
  • Walk, cycle, use public transport, car share
  • Reduce, recycle, reuse
  • Buy local produce
  • Support land conservation – have you thought about volunteering?

 

Ready to make a pledge?

Tell us what you’re planning to do to save our pollinators.

Like our HampshireCountryside Facebook page and add your pledge to the comments section. You can also share ideas and advice with our community of countryside fans.

 

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