Resident Biodiversity

Resident Biodiversity is a project that hopes to increase urban invertebrate
biodiversity and raise awareness of biodiversity as an issue among the student
population at Anglia Ruskin University.

Areas of grass were left to grow in some student residential gardens and
diversified with added wildflowers, which resulted in a measurable increased of
types of invertebrate families.

On occasion of Cambridge Sustainability Residency 2016, artist and Cambridge
School of Art student Julie Rossiter, artist Marina Velez and researcher Geoff
Morley collaborated to create a response to these wild areas. The works inspired
by this project are present in these postcards and can also be seen in diverse
locations across campus.

If you wish to receive postcards please let us know, they are free of charge and absolutely beautiful.

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