Category Archives: Guest Blog

Guest Blog from Gill Perkins, Bumblebee Conservation Trust: The grass is always greener…..

Gill Perkins of Bumblebee Conservation Trust has written today’s guest blog.  The Bumblebee Conservation Trust was established because of serious concerns about the ‘plight of the bumblebee’.   In the last 80 years our bumblebee population have crashed.  Two species have become … Continue reading

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Guest Blog from Harriet Holloway: Farming and Wildlife

We are delighted to post a guest blog from Harriet Holloway who was our first conservation intern at The Grasslands Trust in 2010-11.   Harriet takes the credit for our online advice leaflets.   She says “I have always had a passion for … Continue reading

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Guest Blog from Dr Bob Gibbons: Where Grassland and Woodland Meet

Dr Bob Gibbons is a freelance botanist, photographer, lecturer, author and owner of Natural History Travel. He is a Trustee of The Grasslands Trust and member of its Conservation Committee. He sent us these thoughts from the Greek island of … Continue reading

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Guest Blog From Bob Gibbons: Where Grasslands and Woodlands meet

Dr Bob Gibbons is a freelance botanist, photographer, lecturer, author and owner of Natural History Travel. He is a Trustee of The Grasslands Trust and member of its Conservation Committee. He sent us these thoughts from the Greek island of … Continue reading

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