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In your garden: Birds and nesting boxes article icon

Nature & Environment 

In your garden: Birds and nesting boxes

Vicky Johnson explores why birds need nesting boxes and how you can create one to help the birds in your garden.

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Nature & Environment 

Make a bird house

The total area of garden space in the UK is probably greater than that of all the nation's nature reserves. Converting just a small section of your garden into a breeding place for birds can make a small but significant contribution to the survival of bird species.

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Growing plants, growing communities: Climate Camp, Veggie Gardens and Local Politics article icon

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Growing plants, growing communities: Climate Camp, Veggie Gardens and Local Politics

A former school site in East Sussex has become the focus for a fascinating cooperation between local politics and international activism.

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OpenLearn Live: 9th August 2016 article icon

Nature & Environment 

OpenLearn Live: 9th August 2016

The Brazilian who reclaimed native plants for tropical gardens; what went wrong with the Australian census; and mapping cyclists data. Free learning from across the day.

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Green care: contact with nature can improve mental health article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Green care: contact with nature can improve mental health

Can being outside gardening improve our wellbeing? Discover three factors that account for the positive effects of 'green care'.

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The winding garden path: Radicalism amongst the flower beds article icon

History & The Arts 

The winding garden path: Radicalism amongst the flower beds

How did the Levellers help shape the early internet? And are allotments and organic gardens radicalism in the earth?

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Society, Politics & Law 

The working-class garden

Thinking Allowed ranges across the history of gardening amongst the lower classes - the role of women, and how programmes like Ground Force threw working class traditions out to make way for all that decking.

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Thinking Allowed: Gardens & football article icon

TV, Radio & Events 

Thinking Allowed: Gardens & football

Laurie Taylor and guests explore the working class passion for garden, and England's problems on the pitch.

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Society, Politics & Law 

Guerilla Gardening

Gardening without boundaries.

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Thinking Allowed - Gardens everywhere and the Teesside poor article icon

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Thinking Allowed - Gardens everywhere and the Teesside poor

Laurie Taylor meets the gardeners who go where others fear to tread, and discovers there's no poor on Teesside.

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Gareth Price's story

Explore the personal side of climate change with Gareth Price's diary entry.

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McNamara's story

 Explore the personal side of climate change with McNamara's diary entry.

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