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Old flower-rich meadows are managed with extensive sheep grazing and late hay cutting to encourage species diversity within the sward.
RT @OpenFarmSunday: Join us on this virtual visit of @AbiReader's farm as we chat about:
Time to celebrate #WorldBeeDay2022 🐝🌏
Use these fantastic KS1 teaching resources to learn how to become a Hedgerow… https://t.co/rCv5jZQOfu
RT @OpenFarmSunday: Make sure you keep 12 June free in your diaries!
Take a look at all the #LOFS22 events near you. Each event is unique…
🚨#FarmingFortnight coming soon!!!🚨
A whole 2 weeks to get immersed in our fabulous curriculum linked FREE resource… https://t.co/bc65SO9ME8
RT @LEAF_Education: We're on the look for a Regional Education Consultant - East of England!
This position works with #teachers, farmers &…
It's #WorldBeeDay 🐝🌏🤩
Your students will love this Bug Hotel resource from our partners @The_RHS to make your scho… https://t.co/FkHztfSk9u
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