8 August, 2022

Kent’s Environmental News

Welcome to our June 2022 Summary.
Please find attached our PDF Newsletter for June 2022.
In this issue:
· Kent’s Plan Bee Members visit to Moat Farm
· 30 Days Wild for Pollinators review
· Butterflies of Gardens and Green Spaces
· Pollinators to spot in July
· Upcoming events in July
Do you have a Kent pollinator news story or event that you would like featured in our newsletter? Have you created a pollinator friendly community space? Got your neighbours together to create a row of pollinator friendly gardens? Or do you have an event about Kent’s pollinators you would like advertised? Email it to planbee@kent.gov.uk and we will be in contact about a potential space in the next edition.

If you have missed any of the previous editions of the Newsletter, they are now available on our website. Find them all on the Pollinators section of Kent County Council website.

https://www.kent.gov.uk/environment-waste-and-planning/nature-and-biodiversity/pollinators/kents-plan-bee-pollinator-action-plan/kents-plan-bee-newsletter

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All the Best,
Kent’s Plan Bee Team

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Kent County Council’s Pollinator Action Plan

Working in partnership between Kent County Council, Kent Wildlife Trust and Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Visit our webpage: https://www.kent.gov.uk/environment-waste-and-planning/nature-and-biodiversity/pollinators/kents-plan-bee-pollinator-action-plan