Coronation meadows could help UK finances
People everywhere can appreciate the beauty of wildflowers and the wildlife in these meadows.
07:18 09 June 2013
Sixty fields have been identified as “Coronation Meadows” as locations to try and improve the variety of wildflower species in the UK. There are many flowers, which were declining in population, and the project could also have a positive impact on finances.
Local people and even those from other countries may end up venturing over to the UK to take photographs and to simply enjoy the beauty of these fields once they have had time to restore wildflower populations. Here are a ways these meadows can help finances:
- Photography-business and professional photographers may be increasingly seeking out the UK as a preferred spot in which to find wildflower species. With multiple locations to choose from, it is clear that there will be many gorgeous backdrops and flowers to photograph.
- Insect help-with the repopulation of wildflowers the chances of maintaining insect diversity also increase. This could mean attention from Entomologists who travel to the UK for studies and consequently help local finances due to their everyday shopping activities.
- Botanists-botanists may also travel to the UK to study the variety of wildflowers, which grow in the UK. The collection of sixty Coronation Meadows means traveling for studies is good for their own finances since they could get a lot of data within a fairly limited space, but their presence also assists local economies.
- Tourism-you would not need to be a professional to enjoy the beauty of the wildflowers, meadows, insect, and wildlife in the Coronation Meadows. Many people find walking outdoors to be calming, and revitalizing. If the project is successful and a minor amount of advertising were done to the proper populace, there could be a positive effect on finances due to a healthy influx of tourists.
- Wildflower populations-if the wildflower populations are improved, it might be possible for some of the wildflowers to be sold, further enhancing the benefits to finances. While this may not come to pass, it is still hoped that the wildflower populations will experience a healthy recovery.