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Wychavon District Council

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… wildlife friendly practices. • Work with town and parish councils to identify new opportunities for developing allotments in areas of high demand. • Lobby and seek to influence farming and other land use practices that reduce carbon emissions or create carbon capture opportunities and deliver wider environmental benefits. Case study Places for pollinators Pollinating insects are in severe…

…, safeguarding it as a haven for the brown hairstreak butterfly. • Helped define B-Lines for Worcestershire, part of a nationwide network for pollinators developed by Buglife. We will: • Review all council owned land and assess the suitability for natural habitat restoration and creation. • Consider purchasing strategic land to create additional high carbon storage habitats such as woodland…

… of Wychavon’s characteristic Biodiversity Action Plan habitats (including traditional orchards, species-rich/wet grassland and broadleaved woodland) by 31 March 2024. • Help deliver the Worcestershire Pollinator Strategy including creating new and improved pollinator habitats on our own land, promoting parish pollinator packs and signposting to existing advice for residents to encourage more…


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