The Pollinator Project aims to:
- Raise awareness of the genuine contribution we can each make to the enhancement of Guernsey’s biodiversity by providing food and habitats for pollinators.
- Encourage the community to take action in their gardens, allotments, window boxes and balconies to make them pollinator-friendly.
- Work with schools, business, sports facilities and community groups to establish pollinator patches throughout the island.
- Persuade large-scale landowners, such as the States of Guernsey, utility companies, and managers of public and amenity spaces to plant flowers, shrubs, hedging and trees for pollinators and creating nesting habitats.
- Discourage the use of pesticides in gardens and other open spaces.
Wayne Billen, a Guernsey producer “Long days and tunnels make for the best quality mushrooms.”
A Guernsey community initiative - Planting the seeds for healthy eating
Parelle Butchery, a Guernsey producer “Our sausages start from farms we know well.”
Mrs Fisken's Pate is a chicken liver pate made weekly from fresh local ingredients
Guernsey Trees for Life has dedicated its effort through a series of Initiatives such as planting and education
Fresh Guernsey Herbs is a family run business for 20 years pioneering the availability of a larger variety of herbs
There is a great deal of Guernsey in Wheadon’s Gin
Chris Bader has a passion for coffee which started over a decade ago!
The Guernsey Dairy operates as the interface between the raw milk producers and the people of Guernsey as customers
Torteval Cheese started trading in 2008. Initially making goats' cheese on a very small scale.
The Guernsey Beekeepers' Association consists of about 80 members and offers advice and help to local beekeepers
With 900 vergees, David Crowley is Guernsey’s largest land user