Case Study


Greena Moor Coronation Meadow Case Study

Greena Moor Nature Reserve in North Cornwall, jointly owned by Cornwall Wildlife Trust & Plantlife was designated as a Coronation Meadow in 2014. Using seed from the adjoining Culm & Rush Pasture a new meadow was created within the reserve on a field that had been improved with fertilizers over the years. Annual floral surveys take place with mixed results, but gradually more species are taking hold.

Above: Brush harvesting seed from the rush pasture for the new Coronation Meadow

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