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Meadow Creation 


How to create a wildlife meadow on your Forest School site

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Looking after your wildlife meadow 


Advice on maintaining your wildlife meadow

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Site Design - fitting it all together 


If you want to add something new to your site, a design will be needed. This is vital for areas where you are starting from scratch...

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Site Facilities 


Creating paths, steps, fences and seats

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Hedgerow Planting 


What to plant and how to plant when creating a hedgerow

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Your Site - know what's there 


For your wildlife project to be successful, you need to find out all you can about the site. This, together with a site design will give you the information you need to draw up an action plan. Time spent now can save mistakes and time-wasting in the future.

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Woodland Creation 


With care and hard work, it is possible to plant trees and shrubs to create an area that looks and feels like a real woodland within 20 to 30 years.

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Tree Planting 


Planting a tree or shrub is a long term investment. Just a few trees can cheer up gardens, street, parks or open spaces. Always try to plant native trees or shrubs as these support a much better variety of wildlife. But wherever you decide to plant, remember how large trees can grow – so choose the right sort for your area.

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Woodland Management 


How to look after your woodland

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Pond Creation 


Wild ponds have been disappearing at an alarming rate over the last 100 years, yet creating a wildlife pond is one of the easiest things you can do for nature and you can see the results in a matter of weeks. A wildlife pond will give you hours of pleasure as you watch dragonflies darting, birds bathing and frogs blinking up at you!

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Pond Management 


There are a number of reasons why your pond may no longer be at its best. Before you start to work on your pond try to work out the main causes of its problems. This can be quite complicated – get advice if necessary.....

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