Stoke-on-Trent gardeners urged to contribute to garden wildlife survey
Appeared on Space For Nature on September 14th 2003
The Staffordshire Wildlife Trust was delighted when over 10,000 survey forms were picked up all over the city for its Great Potteries Garden Wildlife Survey. So far though, only 700 completed forms have been returned to the Trust.
The Trust, who joined forces with Stoke-on-Trent City Council and the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV) to conduct the survey, are urging gardeners to return more of the completed forms. The results will comprise an invaluable baseline against which the Trust can measure the changes in the value of the garden habitat to wildlife. The more completed forms they receive, the more accurate, and therefore valuable, their assessment will be.
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