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Video – Restoring Shropshire’s Verges

Species rich burial grounds can be a fabulous source of local wildflower seed to help restore other areas. We have been involved in collecting and donating seeds to various initiatives, ranging from small roundabouts to long stretches of verge. This video explains the great work taking place across Shropshire as part of the Stepping Stones Project, based in the Shropshire Hills. This is a landscape project aimed at creating wildlife corridors and stepping stones between the Long Mynd and the Stiperstones, both of which are wildlife havens.

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