Five Reasons to protect plants
Without plants we would not be here they sustain life on this planet.
It took a billion years for them to create the perfect conditions for us to survive.
Insects are their best friends they evolved along side them.
Forests cover 31% of the world's land surface, just over 4 billion hectares. They provide oxygen and store billions of tons of carbon.
Sussex kelp forests are amongst the most biodiverse habitats on the planet. They will regenerate if we fish sustainably.
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" ... fighting for the forests is part of the eternal conflict between right and wrong...so we must count on striving for these trees, and should be glad to find anything so surely good and noble to strive for." John Muir
Five key ways to help Plants
1/ Let wildflowers grow in your garden
2/ Eat locally sourced sustainable products.
3/ Help protect wild areas.
4/ Use sustainable transport, cut down the use of fossil fuels.
5/Learn about wildflowers and spend lots of time with them!
'I am a dandelion plant please let me grow in your garden- I wont be any problem in your lawn and will provide lots of nectar for butterflies and bees.'