Find out how to plant for pollinators
Published: 30 September 2021
Planting for pollinators and creating green corridors across Exeter will be at the heart of an online event about biodiversity in the city.
Nick Mead, Exeter City Council’s Commercial Operations Manager for Public and Green Spaces will be presenting an online session and letting people know how they can play their part in making Exeter a more biodiverse city.
The event on Thursday 14 October runs from 7pm to 8:30pm and is being hosted by Exeter Connect.
Nick will be talking about how the Council is planting for pollinators as well as how this can reduce pollution in the city.
He will also be advising on how residents and community groups can get involved and play their part in making Exeter more environmentally friendly.
Also presenting at the session will be Hugo Bugg from the Exeter-based Harris Bugg.
Harris Bugg recently received a gold medal from the 2021 Chelsea Flower Show for their Pocket Park garden, imagined as a peaceful oasis for people and wildlife to share.
To register for the event go to the Exeter Connect website at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/exeters-biodiversity-plan-getting-involved-tickets-169263885839
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