The habitats team carried out a range of work across Wild Towns sites, including wildflower meadow re-seeding and enhancement, scrub management, woodland thinning, tree planting, woodland wildflower seeding, orchard restoration, the installation of barn own and bat boxes, and pond restoration.
The biodiversity department are using the proprietary BQC tool from Ecosulis to monitor changes in biodiversity following restoration. This will help with future decision making regarding land management and enable an accurate cost-benefit analysis of the restoration work to be conducted.
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