Wildlife Corridors Explained

Wildlife Corridors Explained

Steyning Festival Green Day is all about ‘Making Space for Wildlife’ this year. We are looking forward to having the Weald to Waves wildlife corridor team with us to talk about their project and explain how we can all get involved. What are Wildlife Corridors?Think...
2024 Wildlife Gardens Open Day

2024 Wildlife Gardens Open Day

Calling all Wildlife Friendly Gardeners Steyning in Bloom have invited Greening Steyning to join them once more for their annual Open Garden’s event at the end of June. Last year, for the first time, we included five wildlife friendly gardens in their garden trail...
Good News for Nature

Good News for Nature

Some good news for a change! There has been plenty of depressing news recently on the climate and nature front.  So Greening Steyning is delighted to have some encouraging local news to share.  Bramber Brooks has been saved as a nature reserve, and a new...
Weald to Waves

Weald to Waves

This bold plan for Sussex promises to deliver a nature corridor on a truly ambitious scale… But let’s do the bad news first; we are in the midst of a biodiversity crisis. This is not just something that is happening in the Amazon Forest, or about iconic...
Biodiversity in Action

Biodiversity in Action

Weed or wildflower? Whether you take pride in manicured lawns, or revel in the idea of ‘No Mow May’, how do you decide whether the small plant growing amongst the blades of grass is a weed or a wildflower? According to the Cambridge Dictionary, wildflowers are “any...