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Seed bomb making

Bush House, Strand Campus, London

Join us to learn about creating wildlife-friendly spaces and make your own seed bomb!

As our environments have changed and we've lost natural habitats, biodiversity is struggling to find food to eat and suitable sites to sleep. Sowing wildflowers in your garden, balcony, or even windowsill can provide vital resources to support insects that wouldn’t otherwise survive in built-up areas.

In this event, we’ll start with a short presentation and discussion on creating nature-friendly spaces before getting our hands dirty making seed bombs – small balls of clay and compost with wildflower seeds. Participants are welcome to bring them home to toss, scatter or plant and watch them grow.


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