Tree nursery opens doors to pupils at Prestatyn High School

PUPILS have been given a taste of a Denbighshire biodiversity initiative.

Prestatyn High School pupils recently visited Denbighshire County Council’s provenance tree nursery at Green Gates Farm, St Asaph.

The site aims to produce 5,000 native wildflower plants a year alongside 5,000 native trees and has been funded by Welsh Government, through the Local Nature Partnerships Cymru ENRaW project and Local Places for Nature grant.

Denbighshire’s biodiversity team gave the pupils a tour around the poly tunnels on site where the plants and trees are grown from seeds sourced across the county.



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