Spreading Awareness of Pollinators

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As part of World Environment Day’s Ecosystem Restoration theme, this contractor has been raising awareness of the importance of pollinators.

Pollinators are particularly important to the construction industry, as well as providing raw building materials, such as timber, they support healthy ecosystems that clean the air and stabilise soils. Key to nature’s life cycle, pollinators provide us with all the necessities we need to survive. They provide our food supply, medicines and materials that we take for granted each day. Our ecosystems rely on pollinators to flourish. Sadly, they are under threat and have been declining due to many factors.

The contractor donated over 400 Wildflower Seed balls to a local primary school and they have planted these both in the school and at home to track if there is an increase in pollinators.

The contractor have put together a ‘how to guide’ and a Toolbox talk and information sheet around pollinators to further educate the children about the environment.

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  1. Katy Bald says:

    Wonderful interactive theme.

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