Native Hedge Planting, Maintenance and Removal
One of the most defining elements of the British landscape is its network of hedges and hedgerow trees. They are part of our culture, and wildlife havens of paramount importance. Having said this, hedgerows have been under pressure ever since the enclosure act in the 18th century and have been consistently dug up and grubbed out for principally commercial reasons ever since.
The potential diversity, beauty, productivity and ability to support life within a native hedgerow are some of the reasons why we do all we can to encourage the planting and maintenance of such hedgerows.