We were treated to a presentation by Ben Stockwell at Citizen Zoo, who spoke to us about the water vole restoration project in southwest London, and the impacts of humans […]
Steve and Ele from Butterfly Conservation came to speak to our biodiversity group on 6 February. See their presentation and the ensuing discussion/Q&A here. The slides and some other useful […]
Malcolm Hull wrote this article for St Albans, but it contains a lot of useful and inspiring food for thought for friends groups in London.
A member of our climate resilience working group attended the APSE Parks and Open Spaces Seminar and provided these notes from the meeting, which contain useful ideas for friends groups […]
Check out this article written by one of our friends groups on the benefits of planting a hedge for climate resilience and how to do it.
Your friends group can apply for free bulbs from the Metropolitan Public Gardens Association. Click on the links for more information – and don’t delay!
Hear presentations from the Friends of Wandsworth Common and Hervey Road Sports Ground as they talk about their experiences planting and caring for young trees and hedges in their parks. […]
The LFGN responded (9th June) to the current London Mayor consultation over potential for rewilding around London, as part of a new the Rewilding Taskforce. Organisation – London Friends of […]
With the help of its member friends groups, LFGN has created a how-to guide for improving biodiversity in parks and green spaces. Groups can use this as a model for […]
A BioBlitz, also written without capitals as bioblitz, is an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within a designated area. Groups of […]