Ireland’s countryside is becoming more and more managed, more uniform, and perhaps even more sterile. As we develop more land for housing and infrastructure, and intensive agriculture has become the norm in recent decades, this results in nature being ‘squeezed out’. If we want to do something about this, we could decide to start to create change right outside our own doors. Private gardens represent a huge potential habitat and refuge for Ireland’s pressured wildlife.
Join Juanita Browne from the National Biodiversity Data Centre to find out what you can do in your own space, no matter how big or small.
This webinar was be hosted by Limerick City and County Council, in conjunction with the National Biodiversity Data Centre and was a European Green Leaf 2020 event