Clive Whitbourn tells Alfred about the nature he’s noticed around North Dorset this week.
Mike Cummings of Shaftesbury-based Darwin Ecology is keen to encourage more residents to help pull-up Himalayan balsam on Saturday from 10am.
St James based wildlife-friendly gardener Dirty Nails offers Alfred listeners a brief history of allotments and tells us why he feels they are so important.
Over the past five years, Rachel Hall has transformed her farmland near Motcombe. She’s increasing biodiversity by growing wildflowers and planting trees.
Dorset Council has announced its draft strategy for achieving carbon neutral status by 2040, 10 years ahead of the government’s target date.
St James’ based wildlife-friendly gardener, Dirty Nails, talks about caterpillars and a plant that should encourage butterflies.
The founder of the Friends of Breach Common conservation group says he is delighted by the huge volunteer turnout to Saturday’s first post-lockdown working party.
John Rutter tells Alfred how many helpers assisted in the clear-up and reveals the impressive number of plants removed.
Listen at 1:00 on Monday’s Alfred Daily.
Shaftesbury resident and nature lover Rachel Diment describes an insect that heralds the arrival of an English summertime – the gatekeeper butterfly.