Online presentation tonight that might be of interest.

Short notice, I know – but its just come to our attention:

Moor Meadows is a Dartmoor based community group of landowners, farmers and gardeners whose passion is restoring and creating flower-rich grasslands, on every scale, for nature and for people. They have an online event this evening that may be of interest:

Conservation grazing is livestock grazing that promotes biodiversity, encouraging wildflowers as well as creating a diversity of habitats for wildlife. Speakers address animal welfare when grazing for wildlife; carbon storage of different grassland types and best practice for grazing wet meadows.

Register for Moor Meadows’ next online talk – this evening – Thursday 9th December, 7.30pm
Register here:

Wasps – Love them, hate them, or just a risk, for meadow owners?


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Another excellent and detailed focus by Julian upon the wildlife in our meadows and grasslands: I’m sure we’re all familiar with above ground wasp nests, but way back in early August, I’d been alerted to the presence of an underground … Continue reading