Knowing that Flanders scores high on ecological fragmentation and that 10% of our space consists of gardens, it is hard to overestimate their impact on our biodiversity. Unfortunately our gardens are still mostly made up of lawns and exotic plant species, which are of less interest to our insects.

Ellen, Elias and Loïc aim to create a difference by drawing up personalised management plans for ecological gardens and company terrains.

Not only will this approach increase biodiversity, it will also result in gardens that are less expensive in management, don't need fertilisers and that are able to collect rainwater in certain areas (counterbalancing the expected floods resulting from global warming).

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