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BBC Gardeners' World Magazine Masterclass (On-Demand): Welcome Wildlife to Your Garden in Spring

**Please note, this Masterclass was originally aired live in March 2022, this webinar is the recorded session**.

Many wild species – such as bees, butterflies, hedgehogs and amphibians – are suffering huge declines, due to a combination of habitat loss, pesticides and climate change. So, the more wildlife gardening we do, the more we can help to limit or even reverse, these declines.

Associate Editor, David Hurrion teams up with wildlife expert and author, Kate Bradbury in to teach you simple ways to encourage wildlife into your garden and make your garden more environmentally-friendly by becoming a greener gardener.
  • Hobbies & interests
  • Ways in which gardens can mimic natural life cycles of wildlife and reduce the impacts of climate change
  • How to do your bit to keep soil in good shape for overlooked wildlife, which in turn helps keep plants healthy
  • Ways in soil traps carbon dioxide from the environment to reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere – how plants and wildlife contribute to this locking up
  • No-dig techniques to minimise soil disturbance which benefit wildlife and the natural world
  • Planting ideas to encourage more wildlife into your garden and creating habitats for a whole host of birds, bugs, mammals and amphibians
  • How which plants will be beneficial for wildlife and suit the conditions in your plot
  • Methods of source plants and planting that are kinder to the environment and help you create a better garden more quickly
  • How gardening in balance with nature and other living organisms helps to combat climate change and the effects on the environment
  • Sustainable ways to feed birds and other garden wildlife
  • Closing pre-recorded audience Q&A with David Hurrion and Kate Bradbury
  • Categories:
    • Hobbies & interests
  • Price: £7.50
  • Language: English
  • Who can attend? Everyone
  • Dial-in available? (listen only): Not available.
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