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Woodland Classroom 29m
First bilberries if the year 😋 My Great Aunt in South Wales used to call these whimberries & made an amazing pie with them. It takes A LOT of picking though 🍇
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Jo Ferbrache Jul 19
We have loved working with the team at , artists (local and from further afield) and our clients on this fantastic initiative. Bringing things to life in line with your values and objectives is what we do. 1/2
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Bee Smith 23h
! Take action against climate change. your lawn this Sunday.
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Darren Coleshill Jul 20
I'm thinking of starting a grove of trees with , I think it's really important and I'll produce a special limited edition print where all the money goes towards planting trees.
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Eline 20h
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Glasgow Greenpeace Jul 20
Tenement . Growing lettuce + plants that keep bees a buzzin' on their doorstep
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Rosewood Farm's Rob 22h
Replying to @Rosewood_Farm
This is the fundamental problem with the many vegans who keep tweeting me to say that I should 'diversify' and the pasture - listen, as much as I would *love* to spend all day wandering around an artificial wildnerness, I still got bills to pay. Rewilding needs to pay too
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Jo Ferbrache Jul 19
It’s been great fun and we can not wait to do the trail after it launches next weekend. Watch this space. All raising money for a new Gorilla house at Durrell! 🦍 🏠 2/2
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Weybridge StrEATs Jul 20
Wonderful! How could you not love this?
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Wild Intrigue Jul 20
A unique post-work night out for our No Kids! Bats & Pizza Night attendees on Thursday 🦇🍕 Sunshine, al-fresco pizza, wildlife and friends, the ideal way to a week!
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white president tears Jul 20
plant trees now,
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steven monahan Jul 19
The ambitious plan to recover and rewild the feisty, dwarf cow
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Oldham Is Beautiful Jul 17
Replying to @stratatechnique
I am always on the side on nature and wildlife and people's access to those. I agree with the view that we are in a climate emergency and that we must more areas rather than destroying them.
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Sandie Gray Jul 16
Glen Feshie looking wonderful today
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Mike Edmondstone Jul 17
‘What if schools valued wellbeing more than results? The New Zealand government puts mental health above economic stability.’
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Wildflower Turf Ltd Jul 18
A great article on how to rethink your lawn - How to grow a tapestry lawn
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Extinction Rebellion ⌛️ Jul 16
Kill two birds with one stone! 🐾 can help our governments: - Halt biodiversity loss - Go carbon neutral by 2025 Our governments must on the climate & the ecological emergencies. : 🐾
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Richard Prime Jul 18
Do something for your grandchildren a quarter of to fight crisis, campaigners urge
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Maria Sprostranova Jul 20
Thank you for sharing!!! Love this. 🌿
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Mike Edmondstone Jul 17
Roadside wildflower meadows are springing up across the UK – and they're helping wildlife in a big way 🐝 >>
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