argylesock says… Here’s a project to restore one of our great British ecosystems. Wildflower meadows are wonderful but too many of them have disappeared. I hope this reseeding will succeed.
Sixty “Coronation meadows” have been identified across the UK as part of a new campaign to restore threatened wildflower meadows.
The campaign, launched to mark the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation, follows reports of dramatic declines in many of the UK’s meadow flower species. The project, led by the Prince of Wales and three wildlife and livestock organisations, will take seed and green hay from these designated meadows to recreate new ones.
One Coronation meadow will be named in each county by the end of the year. The 60 meadows identified so far represent some of the UK’s “outstanding” wildflower meadows, according to the team.
As part of the campaign, people will be able to find out where their nearest Coronation meadow is using an online map. By the end of the year, 107 such meadows will have been identified to add to Prince Charles’ own wildflower meadow at his…
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