30 September 2011

Calling All London Allotmenteers

If you have an allotment in London, Froglife would really appreciate you sparing a few minutes to fill in our survey about possible training ideas.
Slow-worms can be a great help controlling inverterbrates on allotments
We are developing a new project in London called Dragon Finder. This will be a five year project and will include many different activities to involve people in conserving and spotting amphibians and reptiles.

Froglife is planning to hold Wildlife Workshops for allotment holders as part of the project, to share ideas for improving allotment sites to benefit wildlife, and to benefit the allotment holders too. Topics that we’re hoping to cover will include: controlling pests through gardening for wildlife, how to build a wildlife pond, how to encourage amphibians and reptiles to your allotment and organic growing.

As we’re still in the development stage of the project, we’re looking for input and advice from allotment holders on how the workshops should be designed. We really need to know what it is you want to find out more about - do you have any burning questions or a need for some extra tips?

We would be very grateful if you could spare a few minutes to fill in our short questionnaire to help us develop the Dragon Finder project.
You can also support our work through donations and shopping through our Frogalogue!  Find out more at the Froglife website here.

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