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Helping our hedgerows
The People's Trust for Endangered Species aims to restore and create a thriving network of healthy hedgerows across the countryside to ensure the long-term survival and continued health of every UK hedgerow. This benefits not only those working on the land but the myriad native wildlife that calls these iconic and hugely important living habitats home too.
The charity’s hedgerow management advice is available via PTES’ free Healthy Hedgerows app (available via the Apple Store or Google Play). By answering just six questions, the app can perform a quick health check that tells users where their hedgerows are within the natural lifecycle. It offers bespoke management recommendations for each hedge and advises which hedges to prioritise for rejuvenation when creating or adjusting their hedgerow management plans.
They also have a useful guide of the six top tips for managing hedgerows.