[source: Suffolk AONB]
Would you like to learn more about wildlife-friendly gardening? Have you always wanted your garden to be a haven for wildlife?
Join us for a FREE online talk on Thursday 14th July at 6pm. If you’re new to gardening, find out how you can support nature and wildlife.
You will find out all of the basics and learn more about the simple things you can do to help nature and wildlife in your own outdoor space, no matter how big or small your garden is!
During this 60-minute session, there will be short talks from Alex Moore da Luz, AONB Nature Recovery Officer, and Emma Black, AONB Countryside Projects Officer.
The second half will be a Q&A, providing an opportunity for you to ask questions and get top tips on all things wildlife-friendly gardening.
No prior knowledge of gardening or experience is required so this is a perfect opportunity for beginners to learn the basics and ask all the questions you might have to get you started.
Spend an hour with us to discover practical tips for wildlife-friendly gardening in your own outdoor space. Book your free place now.