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GOING WILD ON YOUR PLOT

These are difficult times for nature. KG editor Steve Ott explains how our gardens and allotments can help turn the tide

Fans of programmes such as Springwatch will almost certainly have heard a new buzzword being bandied about.he buzzword is ‘rewilding’ and refers to something that has actually been around for a while. It is generally applied to very large-scale projects aimed at increasing biodiversity and helping to reduce global warming – things like mopping up air pollution and CO2 and preventing soil erosion through large-scale reforesting, linking green spaces to form corridors for wildlife, targeting help to species in decline and encouraging rural industries. But we can apply the same principles on a tiny scale to our own gardens and really make a diference in the process.

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