Subscribe to help conserve, restore and create wildflower meadows today. Your subscription will contribute to the conservation and management of our wildflower meadows. Support wildflower meadow sowing, planting and management and also help the recovery of our bee and other vital pollinator populations. Choosing the Wildflower Meadow Subscription will make a big impact towards reversing the current nature crisis and giving our bees a boost.
By choosing a wildflower meadow subscription:
✔️ You'll be healing the planet
✔️ You're helping to protect and restore our key pollinators, like bumblebees
✔️ It'll benefit future generations
✔️ You'll be bringing colour and life back to our lands
WHY WILDFLOWER MEADOWS?
We have lost 97% of our wildflower meadows in the UK. Wildflower meadows are incredibly diverse habitats, supporting a wealth of flowers, insects and other animals. Most of our wildflower meadows have disappeared due to changes in farming practices, with others being lost as our cities, towns and villages have expanded to cater for an increasing UK population. Those meadows that remain continue to be at risk through neglect and inappropriate management.
The good news is that we can reverse this trend through the creation of new meadows using native seed and reintroducing the right management to them, such as hay-cutting and light grazing. Wildflower meadows are a key habitat to many increasingly rare wildflowers, such as orchids, and provide essential sources of food for some of our favourite insects, such as bumblebees and butterflies, in an otherwise hostile environment.
A little known fact is that healthy wildflower meadows can also store significant amounts of carbon in their soils. They therefore contribute much to a healthy ecosystem.
Have a positive impact towards reversing the nature crisis.
Choose a Wildflower Meadow subscription to have a long-term impact.
All projects are carried out using low-key best practice methods and are managed by our professional ecological and agricultural teams.
The Future Forest Company manages many sites which currently have degraded meadows or have the potential to see new meadows created for the future. We have just started to manage several sites, including Dumyat, which have degraded meadows which need some help to return to their best. We have also identified places where we can create new meadows for the future. We will only use native wildflower seeds in our sowing activities and we will only team up with local flower nurseries who can grow on our wildflower plants without using peat.
To help do all this work, we have our own in-house Ecologist and Agriculture specialists who manage these areas and who are now embarking on site surveys and planning to ensure we do things right. This will include monitoring how wildflowers, bees and butterflies respond to our management.
What you'll receive:
You'll get a quarterly newsletter where our experts will update you on our wildflower creation and restoration projects, and invitations to join them on sites to see how you are making a difference.