Trustee's blog

This is where Trustees and invited members of the Forum can let off steam with essay-style pieces on topics dear to their heart.  If you would like to submit a piece of your own, please contact us first using the news mailer.

We are not ready yet to have an open Member's blog, because of the work it takes to monitor and manage such a beast, but our Facebook page will give you plenty of scope to communicate. 
Trustee's blog

This is where Trustees and invited members of the Forum can let off steam with essay-style pieces on topics dear to their heart.  If you would like to submit a piece of your own, please contact us first using the news mailer.

We are not ready yet to have an open Member's blog, because of the work it takes to monitor and manage such a beast, but our Facebook page will give you some scope to communicate. 
Chemicals in the garden – they have always been there!
Woad and slug pellets










Jan Miller November 2016
Wildflower spaces?
Meadows and alternatives











Steve Head June 2017









Chelsea 2017 and wildlife
Urban vandals and brownfields











Jan Miller June 2017
Wildlife friendly gardens at Hampton Court











Marc Carlton July 2017
Tom Stoppard and the Natural History Museum Garden  Travesties?










Jan Miller May 2017 (delayed)

Vulnerable caterpillars
Toadflax Brocade and friends











Caroline Ware  July 2017
Tatton Park Show 2017
Wildlife gardens and education











Jan Miller July 2017
Prairie-style plantings
Good for pollinators?











Marc Carlton September 2017
Search
Plants for Bugs paper 2
Help invertebrates on plants











Andy Salisbury October 2017
National Park City Award winners explain their vision











Siân and Jon Moxon October 17