National Trust to Plant 1,200 Hectares of Flower-Filled Grassland in Devon

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  • National Trust is creating a new grassland in Devon, UK, covering more than 1,200 hectares of land.
  • The new habitats of flowers should be able to draw in a wide range of wildlife, including voles, bats, birds of prey and butterflies.
  • By 2030, this project will help conserve a wide range of threatened wildlife in southwest England.

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