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Save the earthworms!

No they aren't furry and cute, they don't even have eyes but we should love them all the same. Here's why

Started by Liz

4 yesterday
Reply by annee

Help wanted to keep the Warham planters watered

I write this as the first heavy shower for days is happening obviously, but please can anyone who lives nearish to the Warham planters give…

Started by Liz

1 on Wednesday
Reply by Donna FT

Would you consider composting your body when you die?

I think I would. Grow a tree in my remains.  Listen here You may have to sign into the BBC Sounds app to listen

Started by Liz

17 May 17
Reply by Katie K

Do you have plant blindness?

If I asked you to describe a fox or a pigeon, chances are you'd have no trouble doing so. What about if I asked you to describe shepherd's…

Started by Liz

5 May 3
Reply by Liz

Come see the cow parsley at Railway Fields...

...or Queen Anne's Lace, as it's also known, which is growing profusely at Railway Fields at the moment. It is is attractive to a huge numb…

Started by Liz

7 Apr 26
Reply by John D

Hanami at St Ann's Hospital

Every walk is a nature walk

Started by Liz

4 Apr 20
Reply by Michael Heneghan

Did you see the double rainbow yesterday?

I know there's better pictures than mine of it. Let's be having them...

Started by Liz

8 Apr 5
Reply by Mavic Starfish

Time to be tougher on idling engines

As Public Health England call for a ban on cars idling their engines near schools and hospitals with the introduction of "no-idling zones",…

Started by Liz

26 Mar 19
Reply by John D

In praise of magnificent and ancient magnolia trees

In flower at the moment, and dotted about Harringay as street trees, is the other worldly and beautiful magnolia tree. One of the most anci…

Started by Liz

3 Mar 15
Reply by Charlotte

Take a walk in the Park this Spring

With clear signs that Spring is on its way and lovely sunny days like today, you might be thinking that its time to get outside and go sear…

Started by Liz

2 Feb 16
Reply by Elaine W



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