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MATERIAL CHANGE - BIODIVERSITY THRIVING AT ANAEROBIC DIGESTION SITES

Material Change has been encouraging growth of biodiversity and wildlife habitats on sites over the past year.

As part of this project, bee and bug hotels as well as bird boxes have been supplied to all sites, and most of the boxes have produced their first Blue Tit fledglings.

Wildflower seeds now bloom at Helmdon behind the AD plant and at Rainworth. There is a pretty wildflower garden at Oak Grove AD which the bees and pollinators love.

During August, Material Change also participated in a wildflower harvesting webinar hosted by the Eden Project and have since collected our first batch of cornflower seeds.

We look forward to welcoming more bees, butterflies and Blue Tits next spring.




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