Habitat restoration is something everyone can get involved in be it a small corner in a garden, a piece of verge beside a road, the edge of a playing field or a vast stretch of land across the countryside. Each place that is given over to nature, however small, adds to the patchwork of habitats across an area and helps support biodiversity in a region.

We can reverse biodiversity loss with some very simple measures. Everyone can be part of the change knowing there are like minded people doing similar things all over the world.

Big Nature example projects:

Roadside Verge – Coldean Lane

Pond with decking to allow the study of pond life.

Dorothy Stringer Nature Reserve – Managed woodland, coppiced on rotation and planted up with native trees and woodland flowers.

Liz Williams Butterfly Haven, Surrenden Campus, Brighton.