Hedgerows are the most widespread semi-natural habitat in the UK and an important feature of our Cumbrian countryside, providing an array of benefits for the landscape and the wildlife within it.
Did you know that they support over 2000 species in the UK? They provide corridors for wildlife; helping birds, insects, and mammals move between habitats.
Featuring a wide variety of native tree species, our hedgerows are an important wildlife habitat in their own right, providing year-round food and shelter for creatures large and small. They provide a feast for a whole host of wildlife through nectar-rich flowers, leaves, fruits and berries, and seeds and nuts.