Photo 12x8 Lammas Land: biodiversity strategy Cambridge\/TL4658 A Cambridg c2022 For Sale
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Photo 12x8 Lammas Land: biodiversity strategy Cambridge\/TL4658 A Cambridg c2022:
Photograph Notes: A Cambridge City Council notice pinned to a tree explains: "As part of our Biodiversity Strategy we are creating a pollinator corridor and stepping stones of perennial native wildflower habitat for invertebrates throughout the city. The ground has been turf-stripped, removing the rye grass, and this area will be resown with native wild flowers in early spring 2022."The trees in the centre were given to the City in 1989 by the late Michael McCrum, Master of Corpus Christi College and Vice-Chancellor of the University, as a mark of friendship and harmony between the City and University. For more about them, see [[]].
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