Conservation – Love Our Nature

For some people who especially live in the cities, it’s hard for them to understand the value of nature such as wildlife animals, insects, plants, rivers, oceans, and beautiful landscapes etc. The fact is, nature underpins our economy, our society, and our very existence indeed. We shouldn’t consider that nature is free, and often take it for granted and overexploit it.

To Will Legend, love our nature is to
1. Educate public to love our nature
2. Avoid using toxic pesticides (insecticides), or herbicides
3. Create Will’s City Wildlife Corridor to increase biodiversity
4. Rebuild our ecosystem especially for insect pollinators like bees and butterflies

Turn Pests Back to Insects

“Most pests are actually insects that are living in nature, because they wrongly move into our homes, and yards, we then call them pests”. Therefore, the best way to turn pests back to insects is to avoid, or minimize them from entering to the home, and the workplace. Will Legend always prefers to the use of non-toxic, and natural materials over toxic pesticides (insecticides).

To guard our planet, and protect our future generations, we created many conservation programmes, we educate public, and encourage them to love and care insects. Eventually, we together can create Will’s City Wildlife Corridor – the mini green corridors (habitat corridors, or wildlife corridor) for insects or even animals to increase biodiversity.

We Care Ecosystem

Will Legend’s goal is to work with government authorities, businesses, educational institutions, and other organizations to ensure that the value of nature is well. We encourage public to create, and preserve gardens, and landscapes that help revive the health of bees, butterflies, birds, bats and other insect & animal pollinators.

Pollination is a fundamental process for the survival of our ecosystems. Around 90% of the world’s wild flowering plant species depend, entirely, or at least in part, on insect & animal pollination, along with more than 75% of the world’s food crops and 35% of global agricultural land. To raise awareness of the importance of insect & animal pollinators, their contribution to sustainable development, and the threats they face, Will Legend created different conservation & education programmes called Will’s City Wildlife Corridor, Will’s Nature School, A Flower to Wildlife Corridor, Home For Bees, Plant For Butterflies.

To join our initiative, you can simply create a raised bed garden bed, or container garden with plants selected to benefit insect & animal pollinators, or create an entire landscape designed to benefit pollinators, and no pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides can be used. The purpose of this is to allow more natural habitats to develop.

Start with planting those easy-to-grow flowers, and get growing, we can create many “nature gas station” across the city. These connections will then become the nature highways, shelters, and food sources where bees, and butterflies can move safely from their interconnected habitats.

Forester Horticulture and Will Legend send adult plants of sunflower to your premises, and let you appreciate the power of natural environment. The flowers not only promote awareness of nature conservation, but also create mini wildlife (green) corridors for insect pollinators.

Forester & Will Legend have created a list of nature activities which are brimming with some of the best outdoor activities for kids, students to teens, serving as a starting point for their day-to-day adventures in learning, and give them the time they need to find out what most interests them in the natural world.

Will Legend encourages public to report unwanted bees or beehives around your home. While killing bees is the most common way that many pest companies will do, relocating bees to bee farms is always our first choice.

Will Legend encourages the public to plant a pollinator garden. From individuals, to schools, governments, community groups, and businesses – everyone can make a difference!

Will Legend inspires people, and organizations to create more pollinator habitats. Plant a pollinator garden, any size is great! From window and patio planters, to home gardens, to rooftops of school, commercial buildings – all can help.