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Work starts on £5 million renewable energy plant in Dorset

There’s nothing that can be done about wildlife in your garden. The great outdoors is nature’s domain and that’s where it lives. So what do you do about the pests in your garden that want to damage your plants, dig-up your soil and nibble on your fruit?

In this article, we’re going to show you the 5 best animals to encourage into your garden to discourage any unwanted pests.

Everyone is away of their carbon footprint. We all know that we should be doing more to limit the damage that we do to the environment, but what do you do? It’s difficult to know where to start and short of selling your car for an electric one (or better yet, a bike), installing solar panels and growing all your own food, there’s not much we can do that doesn’t involve a radical change of lifestyle.

We’re here to tell you that’s wrong. In this article we have 5 different ways to benefit the environment, without breaking the bank, selling your car or getting onto you roof.

September is a noticeably cooler month than August, with the evenings rolling in noticeably shorter and much darker weather beating the horizon. The drop in temperature makes it much more comfortable to spend the whole weekend in the garden when compared to the hotter months.

Over the past 4 years, we at Eco Sustainable Solutions have been heavily involved in the Green Goals Community Fund.

The Green Goals Community Fund is a fantastic initiative that works in partnership with Bournemouth Council, AFC Bournemouth and many local businesses including Eco, to engage Bournemouth with healthy and clean living.

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