This section of the website is the outcome of a Transition Town Kingston hosted event in October 2012 which explored the connections between wild flowers, insects and our food supply, and how Kingston could help. The event included Kingston Environment Centre and other local groups' displays on bees and local biodiversity projects, and a panel discussion with experts Kathryn Lwin (River of Flowers), Jacqui Weir (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds), and Marie-Claire Edwards (Green Spaces Service Manager, Kingston Council). See the full report here.
See some pictures of "living landscapes" here.

See also Living Landscapes news here.



We will be adding useful information and resources on local biodiversity and how to create a "greener Kingston" to this section, so do occasionally revisit.