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Pollinator Project

The Kendal Pollinators Project was launched in 2016. With funding from Kendal Town Council and South Lakeland District Council, South Lakes Action on Climate Change, have started a buzzing new project which will see schools and community groups in Kendal invited to join in with a range of projects which will explain the importance of, and create homes and habitat for pollinating insects.

The project aims to develop a corridor buzzing with life on the canal tow path through the middle of Kendal. Schools and community groups will be asked to develop plots on the canal tow path which will, in different ways, explain the importance of and encourage pollinating insects. This will form an outdoor public gallery of mini-projects, ideas and experiments all about the importance to us all of our pollinators.

Pollinator Project Report for 2018

For more infomation follow this link or contact project co-ordinator Ian Rodham via fishingpig@hotmail.com 

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