From Wildlife Extra:
V & A Museum to get a wildlife garden roof
The world’s greatest museum of art and design gets a new roof for wildlife
March 2013. Wildlife charity Buglife – The Invertebrate Conservation Trust, are due to start work on a Living Roof project at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in central London this spring.
Thanks to funding from Western Riverside Environment Fund – a partnership between Western Riverside Waste Authority and Groundwork UK, an area of the existing roof will be transformed into a wildflower meadow to provide food and shelter for wildlife including bees, butterflies and moths.
Clare Dinham, Buglife Brownfields Stepping Stones Officer, said “Creating a green space on the roof of a building in central London provides insects with a lifeline of food and shelter. Pollinating insects are…
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