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Planet Pod goes outside to talk Rewilding with Tony Whitbread (SWT) and Simon Boyle (Argyll Environmental)
Planet Pod talks bats, bison and beavers in Sussex - a rewilding discussion with Sussex Wildlife Trust recorded on location at Ebernoe Common. Join the team as they dodge the late summer rain and walk and talk about re-wilding. What it is - bottom up or top down, the case for wolves and beavers in the UK and tips on what you can do in your plot. Dr Tony Whitbread (SWT) and Simon Boyle (Argyll Environmental) took shelter with Amanda and Jim in the porch of a country churchyard to chat about how re-wilding really works, what it means and its many benefits. Then, when the rain stopped, they took a leisurely stroll round the 80 hectares of Ebernoe Common.
The art of doing nothing - practical wildlife friendly gardening
How to create an ecological garden that is people and nature friendly with Matt Rees Warren and Brigit Strawbridge Howard share their tips and advice for a friendlier gentler approach to gardening.Perfectfor no mow May!This episode has been produced with generous sponsorship from Chelsea Green Publishing
We discuss the new Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill with Caroline Lucas MP and Dr Richard Benwell from the Wildlife & Countryside LinkThis episode of Planet Pod is supported by leading international law firm Eversheds Sutherland
No more ploughs – farming in the 21st Century
We discuss barn owls and beetles, tractors, ploughs and policies, economics and farmers markets.How can rethinking how we manage and live alongside the land and our approach to better stewardship help restore health to the soil, ensure continued productivity and bring back the birds and wildlife?[Owl photo credit: Keith Mullings]