Stoke Environment Group will be:

> Conducting surveys and mapping species and              locations

CorridorzF.jpg

> Identifying improvements and planting                 opportunities

> Developing and maintaining a positive relationship       with landowners

> Planting new hedges and trees to increase the          community’s Carbon Capture and to support            species reliant on these habitats

> Helping to manage communal resources

BACK to Themes

HEDGES & TREES

A Wildlife Corridor is an area of habitat that connects wildlife populations separated by human activities or structures (such as roads or development). They allow an exchange of individuals between populations, which may help prevent the negative effects that often occur within isolated populations. Corridors may also help facilitate the re-establishment of populations that have been reduced or eliminated.