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WWT Partnership

The National Garden Scheme has partnered with the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) to promote a wider understanding of the importance of wetlands and water in nature and in our gardens.  

Through our partnership we’ll bring focus to the importance of water features and wetlands, and how owners of gardens – great and small – can play a significant role in protecting this important heritage and the wider environment by creating and experiencing wetlands.

A new partnership to help promote wetlands

The National Garden Scheme has launched a new partnership with the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) aimed at promoting a wider understanding of the importance of wetlands and wet spaces in nature and in our gardens.

Commenting, Chief Operating Officer of WWT, Kevin Peberdy said: “We are so thrilled to be working in partnership with the National Garden Scheme to help encourage garden owners and visitors to appreciate the importance of wetlands to the health and biodiversity of our gardens and the wider landscape.”

About WWT

WWT are the UK’s leading wetland conservation charity.

Almost all life depends on wetlands for water, food, or habitat. Yet a third of all wetlands have been destroyed.

They are pioneers in saving threatened wetland wildlife, a centre for excellence in conservation science, and experts in wetland management and creation.

For more information click on the logo to visit the WWT website

 

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