Survey on making your lawn a better place for insects

Morgan Morrison is a PhD student at Royal Holloway University Of London. He is asking for help on his Optomow study. The link ‘mark brown lab optimow’ has been checked  and it looks fine. Contact him direct if you are interested in participating in his study.

Are you interested in helping to save important flower visiting insects all from the comfort of your garden?

My name is Morgan Morrison, and I am a PhD student at Royal Holloway, University of London. I work on pollinator conservation and citizen intervention.

I am looking for participants for my citizen science study ‘Optimow’. As members of a Gardening club, your interests and existing knowledge could be great participants for my study. My research is looking to explore the best way you can mow your lawn to make your gardens a better place for important pollinating insects. The study would only take 15-20 minutes a week, all from your garden in May.

If you are interested in taking part you can sign up using the following link to the Google form for more details and to register your interest.

Any questions don’t hesitate to drop me an email.
Thanks in advance,
Morgan Morrison

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