Friday 12th July 2019
The oak processionary moth (OPM) is increasing in abundance throughout Hertfordshire and we are getting increasing enquiries here at Maydencroft. Here is everything you need to know about OPM and what to do if you find it on your land.
What is OPM?
The oak processionary moth is a non-native species whose caterpillars feed on oak leaves and cause significant...
Wednesday 10th July 2019
We were proud to be at the opening of our SuDS project off Pastures Way in Lewsey Park for Luton Borough Council in partnership with Volker Highways Ltd. Following severe flooding to the houses nearby we’ve built a redesigned area to stop it from happening again. Great to build a practical solution that looks gorgeous and is fabulous for wildlife....
Sunday 21st April 2019
Easter news from the farm... Share the historic journey of our lovely Longhorns going to Panshanger Park on BBC Countryfile at 7pm on Easter Sunday.
Wednesday 10th April 2019
Although much of an ecologist’s work is typically associated with the onset of spring and the beginning of the ‘survey season’ which is now underway, the winter time provides an important window of opportunity to carry out a range of tasks which are made simply impractical by the annual bloom of foliage and vegetation. One habitat which can be particularly...
Friday 5th April 2019
CIEEM and RSPB advice posted on 2nd April 2019 suggests there are many concerns about the use of netting and advise against its use. Planning guidelines stipulate that where possible developers should retain hedges and trees within the design of their developments where possible.
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