Reduction in grass cutting sees wildlife thrive

BBC News reports wildlife in meadows across Cumbria is thriving after councils were unable to cut them as regularly during lockdown. Kevin Scott from Cumbria Wildlife Trust says allowing some grass and other plants to grow is great for nature and different grass species and wildflowers provide an important habitat for pollinators and butterflies. 

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