Urban Garden, Ecology, Ecological Enhancement, Ecological Value

The Value of Urban Gardens for Conservation

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From an ecological perspective, urban gardening can be broadly described as the process of growing plants in private or domestic green areas alongside any actions conducted to increase the area suitability for wildlife.  Urban gardens provide a wide range of resources to biodiversity such as; substrates, food, nesting sites and overwinter sites (Davies et al. […]

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Meet the Team

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April 2018 has brought many changes to the EcoNorth Team. Sadly, Dan and Sindy will shortly be leaving us.  We wish them the very best for their new adventures. However, there have been many positive changes too! Scott has been promoted to Senior Ecologist after starting out as an intern and working his way up the […]

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Ecology and Archaeology

Ecology and Archaeology Combined

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EcoNorth and Archaeological Research Services (ARS) are working together to offer a single comprehensive service combining ecology and archaeology. Find out about ARS and our collaboration here. Through EcoNorth’s extensive experience in delivering a wide range of services on development projects it is clear that archaeology is a significant consideration for our clients. Indeed, many […]

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