Pollination Vision

POSTED ON: 
Mon, 14/04/2014 - 20:05
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BY: 
Kathryn
Red clover hay meadow field, Dungeness, Kent © Bob Gomes

Having researched and reported on a variety of innovative urban projects growing wild and edible plants e.g. on buildings (rooftops, walls and balconies), along lines of transport (pavements, roadside verges, roundabouts, railways and waterways), in open spaces (parks, woods, housing estates, car parks, school grounds, playing fields, cemeteries, public and private gardens) and derelict spaces (vacant lots, brownfield sites) in the UK and North America, River of Flowers has come up with a Wish List for Pollinators in Cities.

Our Wish List

An audit of available land for growing wild or edible plants in every city 

A network of partnerships to support pollination systems in every city 

Every city to be pesticide free

A garden in every urban school

A nature reserve in every urban garden

A pollination education for everyone

Acknowledgements

Red clover hay meadow field, Dungeness, Kent © Bob Gomes