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B-Lines Resources

  • Farmland Pollinator Sheet

  • B-Lines Update No. 9

  • B-Lines update No.8

  • B-Lines Community Leaflet

    Making B-lines leaflet

  • The Practicalities of developing a B-Line

    The B-Lines report 2012

  • Mapping B-Lines in Northumberland

    Mapping Report for Northumberland’s B-Lines

     

  • Mapping B-Lines in Kent and Sussex

    Mapping report for B-Lines in Kent and Sussex 

     

  • Local Authorities - Using the B-Lines

    Guidance for Local Authorities

    Number 1 in a 4 part series aimed at Local Authorities - Using the B-Lines 

  • Local Authorities - Local Planning

    Guidance for Local Authorities

    Number 2 in a 4 part series aimed at Local Authorities –Local Planning

  • B-Lines and Local Authorities – Annex 1

    Guidance for Local Authorities

    Annex 1 to accompany Number 2 in a 4 part series aimed at Local Authorities 

  • Local Authorities – Land Management

    Guidance for Local Authorities

    Number 3 in a 4 part series aimed at Local Authorities –Land Management

  • Local Authorities - Mapping Methodology

    Guidance for Local Authorities

    Number 4 in a 4 part series aimed at Local Authorities – Mapping Methodology

  • B-friendly to your Veg

    Allotments and vegetable gardens can be great spaces for wildlife, including bees and other insects...

  • B-Friendly in your Community

    Making parks and grassy areas more flower-rich is a great way to help bees, butterflies and other insect pollinators...

  • B-Lines Update No.7

    B-Lines Update No.7 (May 2015) - Keeping you up to date with B-Line developments

  • B-Lines Update No.6

    B-Lines Update No.6 (November 2014) - Keeping you up to date with B-Line developments

  • B-Lines Update No.5

    B-Lines Update No.5 (March 2014) - Keeping you up to date with B-Line developments

  • B-Lines Update No.4

    B-Lines Update No.4 (September 2012) - Keeping you up to date with B-Line developments

  • B-Lines Update No.3

    B-Lines Update No.3 (May 2012) - Keeping you up to date with B-Line developments

  • B-Lines Update No.2

    B-Lines Update No.2 (December 2011) - Keeping you up to date with B-Line developments

  • B-Lines Update No.1

    B-Lines Update No.1 (September 2011) - Keeping you up to date with B-Line developments

  • Fact sheet 1: Grasslands for insect pollinators and other wildlife

    Part 1 of the B-Lines Fact Sheet suite: Grasslands for insect pollinators and other wildlife

  • Fact sheet 2: Wildflower-rich grassland restoration

    Part 2 of the B-Lines Fact Sheet suite: Wildflower-rich grassland restoration

  • Fact sheet 3: Wildflower-rich grassland creation

    Part 3 of the B-Lines Fact Sheet suite: Wildflower-rich grassland creation

  • Fact sheet 4: Management of wildflower-rich grassland habitats for pollinators and other insects

    Part 4 of the B-Lines Fact Sheet suite: Management of wildflower-rich grassland habitats for pollinators and other insects

  • Fact sheet 5: Seeding the B-Lines selecting a species and seeds

    Part 5 of the B-Lines Fact Sheet suite: Seeding the B-Lines selecting a species and seeds

  • Pollinators their decline and the decline of their habitats

    Presentation by Matt Shardlow, Buglife's CEO, on Pollinators, their decline and the decline of their habitats

  • Linking evidence to delivery: knowledge exchange for pollinator conservation

    Linking evidence to delivery: knowledge exchange for pollinator conservation

    Presentation by Dr. Lynn Dicks, University of Cambridge.

  • Habitat recreation strategies and connectivity

    Habitat recreation strategies and connectivity

    Presentation by Jenny Hodgson

    University of York

  • B-Lines Workshop Report 2011

    Making landscapes work for pollinators, now and into the future; the role of B-Lines

    Workshop Report 2011
    (a report of the B-Lines workshop held in York on 31st October 2011)

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