Warren Farm needs your help!
Warren Farm is a beautiful 53 acre meadow in Ewell, Surrey on the borders of Nonsuch Park.
97% of meadows like this have disappeared since the 1930s – this is an increasingly rare habitat. Unfortunately, Warren Farm is being taken over by an invasive garden plant called Canadian Goldenrod (solidago canadensis), which is stopping the wide variety of native plants from growing.
The Warren Farm Meadow Project is a group of local volunteers, working with the support of the Woodland Trust, who get together regularly to restore the meadow by pulling up the Candadian goldenrod during the summer months. It’s easy, relaxing, fun and fulfilling work and a great way to meet other people in a beautiful environment.
Where the golden rod has been removed, rare flowers, insects and other native British wildlife have returned. Warren farm is quickly becoming a more beautiful, ecologically important habitat. Now we need your help to make it even better by joining us
You can come along to one of our weekend or weekday working days for a little or as long as you like.
Please email John at firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved