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A couple of weeks ago I promoted a survey being carried out by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust to see how we use our  water butts and to encourage people to use WTthem more effectively. I have two water butts and I wish I had more since I never have enough water when it is hot and dry and I know that I could collect far more if I could squeeze in… Read More

Water butt that is! I think  both my water butts work quite hard but having done the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust’s survey maybe I could use them a little more. The WWT are asking us to complete a quick survey to see how well we use our butts and I would encourage you to spare 5 minutes to take part by following this link http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/J6M3X85 and answer a few short questions. Why… Read More

March will be a month full of events associated with wildlife gardening thanks to the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWF). The Trust is devoting the whole month to promoting gardening to attract wildlife into your garden and has the support of Alan Titchmarsh; who when opening the RBC Rain Garden at WWT London Wetland Centre, September 2010 said “A garden without wildlife is like  kiss without a squeeze”. I couldn’t agree more… Read More