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South Downs National Park's Call for Nature Sites

By West Meon Webmaster West Meon Parish Council

Tuesday, 9 November 2021

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The SDNPA has launched a Call for Nature Sites with a deadline for expressions of interest of the 17th January 2022.

The appeal is inviting farmers, land managers, communities and conservation groups across the National Park to put forward possible sites where new wildlife habitat could be created.

They are looking to hear from landowners, land managers, communities, businesses, and conservation groups to put forward possible sites where new wildlife habitat could be created, contributing to nature recovery in the South Downs National Park.

Proposals of any size or scale will be considered and could include, for example, creating wildflower meadows, new hedgerows, more natural rivers, planting trees, creating heathland or installing dew ponds. Village greens, road verges and allotments may also have potential.

For more information visit: https://www.southdowns.gov.uk/nature-recovery-information-for-delivery-partners/call-for-nature-sites/

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