Green Minds Project - Bats and wildlife gardening

Pipistrelle bat

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Wildlife gardening is a great way to help the bats living in your local area. 

The plants and flowers you grow, along with any use of chemicals, can have a huge impact on the insects and other creatures living in your garden. 

Helen Parr from Devon Wildlife Trust is working on the Green Minds Project in Plymouth and will share her bat knowledge during this online talk, as well as giving you some handy tips and advice for making your garden the best it can be for wildlife.

All welcome - no prior knowledge is required. Register your place via the Eventbrite web page.

About Green Minds

Green Minds is an Urban Innovative Actions (UIC) funded project which aims to better connect people to green and blue spaces within and around the city of Plymouth.

This innovative project is led by Plymouth City Council’s Strategic Planning and Infrastructure Department in collaboration with a range of local stakeholders including the University of Plymouth, Real Ideas Organisation, Plymouth College of Art, Devon Wildlife Trust, The Data Place and the National Trust. The project aims to improve the quality and condition of green and blue infrastructure. It also aims to positively enhance people’s interaction and involvement in these spaces, recognising that spending time in green and blue spaces has positive health and wellbeing benefits.

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