Sunflowers are not only great for helping pollinating insect populations, they also provide a nutritious source of food for birds.

There’s many ways to offset your carbon footprint, or even just do a good deed! For EARTHDAY.ORG’s 2021 “#RestoreOurEarth” events I donated to The Canopy Project.

Do it today at: www.earthday.org/campaign/the-canopy-project/

Instead of using cling-film to wrap foods in your kitchen, switch to reusable beeswax wraps. Making this simple switch helps to reduce plastic production, also therefore waste, and because they can be reused time and time again it also saves money in the long term since you no longer have to keep buying film refills.

After just one single use, most of them are thrown out and end up in landfills and waterways. Owing to its small diameter it is unlikely they will be recycled as it will fall out during a process designed to remove small items of contamination.

The Wildlife Aid Foundation see so many animals, each year, that have become trapped in litter, such as tin cans. This type of discarded litter has sharp edges and can cause nasty injuries to wildlife whilst they’re out on the hunt for food.

Be sure to crush your tins and containers before recyling them properly. You could help save your local wildlife!

Visit the link below to watch Simon rescue a fox cub that has become trapped inside a tin can! https://studio.youtube.com/video/IF-Vg4PVJ6Y/edit/basic