Providing the right plants in your garden is essential if you want to attract and support the widest variety of wildlife to your patch.
The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm and its wonderful community is under threat. We need your help to keep the project going so we can spread the word about the importance of fresh veg and healthy living.
Debbie and I have been proud members of the Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm for a couple of years now but, even though we live closer than any other member, we still struggle to spend as much time as we would like there. Luckily we had time to make up a few hours earlier today.
'30 Days Wild' Day 4 started early and when I say early I mean early! The plan for the day - Listen to the dawn chorus and watch the sunrise at RSPB Minsmere, followed by a radio interview on BBC Radio Suffolk inside the Springwatch village.
Yesterday (Sunday 4th May) saw the start of Hedgehog Awareness Week organised by the Peoples Trust For Endangered Species and the British Hedgehog Society. There are lots of other organisations helping to raise awareness too including Suffolk Wildlife Trust and their 'I Spy A Hedgehog' campaign. I've got lots of hedgehog related activities planned over [...]
[custom_frame_center shadow="on"][/custom_frame_center] At 8.30pm on 29 March 2014 the world came together for WWF's Earth Hour. Lights were turned off for 60 minutes as a brilliant reminder that together we can make change happen and it gives us a chance to think about the small things we can do every day to help create a [...]
Just when I thought March couldn't become any more eventful I was thrilled to discover that Wildlife Gadgetman has been chosen by ex Dragon Theo Paphitis as one of his #SBS Winners on Sunday 23 March! March has been an incredibly busy month which has meant that I haven't been able to update my blog [...]
After receiving an email from Joanne, the owner of Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm (of which I'm a member) inviting members along to the filming of a short video for the Greenest Community Project Awards and the promise of farm cooked pizza (!) I popped on my wellies, grabbed my camera and wandered down the [...]