Greenspaces and churchyards
Green spaces provide many opportunities for wildlife and associated benefits for people, although often their potential has yet to be realised. Biodiverse-poor green spaces can often be easily transformed by modifying mowing practices and other interventions, such as planting trees and wild flowers, and removing invasive species. Some useful information may also be available via other pages on this website including those on green infrastructure, grassland management, grassland creation, ponds, buildings and others.
Flora locale training and other events
If you would like to suggest a new training event for this topic then please let us know.
Flora locale publications, guidance & documents on this website
Buying native flora Advisory Note (Flora locale, 2005) Printed copies available (email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Go native: Planting for biodiversity. Guidelines for planting projects. (Flora locale, 2008) Booklet. Printed copies available (please email info@floralocale.)
Wild plants and your village green (Flora locale, 2005) Printed copies and poster available (email email@example.com).
Cynlluniau Amaeth-amgylchedd a Dolydd Byw Cymru Papur Trafod Welsh wild plants for landscape and biodiversity. Seminar Report. Flora locale 2009
Welsh wild plants for landscape and biodiversity. Seminar Report. (Flora locale, 2009)
Green infrastructure Restoration Library Master Page
Mowing Master page in the Restoration Library
UK Green Building Council Building and biodiversity portal and other resources relating to sustainable construction.
UK National Ecosystem Assessment A major analysis of the state of UK ecosystems, the benefits provided by the UK's natural heritage and options for the future.
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Case Studies on Flora locale's website
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Other resources (external links)
Managing grasslands in churchyards (Norfolk Wildlife Trust)
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