Summer is here in Inverclyde.
This is our new meadow by the sea in Wemyss Bay- full of harebells, ling heather and kidney vetch. Bee heaven!
Our next FREE workshop is on how to scythe at Kilmalcolm Road, Greenock on 22 and 29th August 10.30-3pm. Contact us via the contact page on this site for all the details.
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97% of UK wild flower meadows have disappeared since 1930s.
By protecting existing pockets of wild flowers and reseeding patches of vacant/derelict or Council land, we can bring the bees and butterflies back.
We have three sites in Greenock: Former King's Glen School in Kilmalcolm Road, Blairmore Crescent and Belville Street. The Belville Street site is being developed into a beautiful biodiversity garden. More sites are planned soon in 2017/18.
Weather presenter Sean Batty has supported the launch of our new leaflet "A wee walk on the wild side. A guide to Inverclyde's beautiful nature walks." The leaflet is available for free in tourist racks and libraries