Adding ponds, however small, to gardens is just one way in which the Sevenoaks Living Landscape project is seeking to encourage more people to become involved in conservation. Gardeners, and anybody else interested in learning how they can help protect the countryside, can find out more about this Kent Wildlife Trust initiative at the project's stand at the Weald Fete on Saturday June 30.
I had to read this article twice - because I couldn't find anything to moan about!
I know that sounds terribly conceited but I've become so used to poor standards of journalism that I automatically assume I'll groan (yet again) when I read anything published about the conservation of reptiles or amphibians in a newspaper. It is actually quite refreshing to read something that is accurate and positive. Well done This is Kent (and well done to KWT who probably supplied them with the copy...).