Author: Go Green

Biodiversity with The Parks Trust

Updated Thursday, 17th June 2021
Ensuring outside areas have a good variety of plants and wildlife is crucial for ecosystems to thrive.

Planting more diverse flowers, forgoing mowing areas of grass and creating makeshift habitats for different animal species are just some of the ways in which we can help encourage nature. Biodiversity Officer Carla Boswell from the Parks Trust gives an overview of how her team are doing just that and so much more for the outdoor areas in Milton Keynes. Plus there will be tips on how we can all create a biodiverse haven in our own outdoor spaces.



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    Go Green is a University-wide initiative to reduce our impact on the environment. Fronted by our mascot Neville, the Great Crested Newt, we aim to achieve environmental and financial savings across the University by empowering staff to ...

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