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How healthy is your meadow

Meadows are beautiful but over 98% have been lost since the second world war. Healthy meadows attract a huge range of wildlife and can be full of many different types of wild plants. Use the activity sheet to carry out some field based investigations to decide how healthy your nearest meadow is. The identification sheet will help you identify what's growing in your meadow.

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