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UK sports clubs boost biodiversity by letting nature go wild on their grounds
by Mark Hillsdon
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6 August 2022
On 6 August 2022 The Guardian reported:
Across the UK, cricket and golf clubs are starting to do their bit for local biodiversity by ditching the pesticides and nurturing wildlife. Last year, Whalley Range cricket club in south Manchester won the Cricketer magazine's inaugural UK Greenest Ground award for its work encouraging biodiversity.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The club has stopped using pesticides, fitted swift boxes under the eaves of the clubhouse and solar panels on the roof. Vegetables grow in large wooden planters and there are plans to go completely plastic free.
... Even golf courses, for years dubbed 'green deserts' by conservationists, are changing.
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