I support Monmouthshire County Council’s Proposed Pollinator
I hope that it will be accepted and implemented as the Council’s policy in time to ensure that the 2014 growing season will be more beneficial for pollinators and biodiversity.
Insect pollination is vital for food production and human livelihoods, and for maintaining the unique ecology of Monmouthshire.
The vast majority of flowering plant species produce seeds
only if pollinators move pollen between flowers. Without pollination, many
interconnected species and processes functioning within our ecosystem will
While issues of road safety are paramount, we very much endorse Monmouthshire’s proposal to undertake less road side mowing and increased efforts to maintain biodiversity.
Petition organised by Bees for Development (@beesfordev).
Wildflower road verges are not only good for pollinators but good for tourism and human wellbeing - as proved by numerous studies - google 'natural England and green infrastructure a
great the council has agreed.
We need to promote a beneficial environment for our bees and other pollinators.
Amy Harris2 weeks ago
Rosemary Howell4 weeks ago
Glyn Jones4 weeks ago
- Success! We have collected 807 of signatures. Monmouthshire Council have now unanimously approved the policy. Thank you for your participation!
- A Monmouthshire Council official has described this campaign as the "most supported policy ever".
- Gathering pace now