Three Hagges Woodmeadow: UK biodiversity hotspot highlights how woodmeadows can help reverse wildlife decline

A pioneering 25-acre nature recovery project near York, on a site which was effectively biodiversity-free only a few years ago, is now soaring with more than 1,000 species of invertebrate including a wide variety of ladybirds and beetles. Created by the Woodmeadow Trust in 2012 on a former barley field, findings at the charity’s Three Hagges Woodmeadow offers hope of rapidly tackling declines in nature by … Continue reading Three Hagges Woodmeadow: UK biodiversity hotspot highlights how woodmeadows can help reverse wildlife decline